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    Zundegrut- come say hello to it!

    I hope this creature is weirder than corn. It hisses too.

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    LOVE IT! can i see it with red eyes?
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    Its a very cool design, and you did the spit very well. He looks nice and slobbery. I might consider adding a little more texture to his little legs, but no real crits besides that. The orange really stands out, makes him look alien, I like it, its bold.
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    This is pretty cool all in all. I don't know if I would call it completely finished. The upper left hand (from viewer's perspective) looks pretty unfinished. Seems like it could use some texture here and there.

    Great creature though. Total oddball.
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    Ah thanks guys. Yea I see what you two are saying and I'll touch those areas up. Forgot to add my sketch too...

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    i love the stark contrast of the fine antennae to the bulky body,i can almost feel them. the slobber along with the faces is also very well done.
    agree on the more-texture-for-legs comment.
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    Here's a little minor update. The details on the legs was a very good suggestion. Thanks guys

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    I agree with Carniflex, those antennae really bring it alive somehow. I could see this piece in amongst some creature concepts for a game.

    I'd also like to add that again your final sketch is awesome.
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    Thanks Chijts. The antennae were actually a last second detail. I wasn't sure whether to call this thing an insect or a mutated slug. But hey, why not combine them both and call it even?
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    Sketch looks better. The tone the line are good. The color make it feel flat. I think.
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    Good point. Yea I was going for that cool muddied concept look. Still experimenting with technique. Next time I'll use more vibrant colors when appropriate.
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