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    Kratos w.i.p. with a classical taste

    hi there!!
    I'm a long time lurker,and this is my first post here...
    That's my interpretation of a Famous character from God of War games..i've tried to sculpt him with a bit of Greek-Roman statue feel(hope it works)..it's more or less 1:6 (even bigger maybe..)sculpted with ss Firm..(wow..my first time with it..i love this suff!)..i started sculpt him as a bust(with no arms..) but my brother after see it..suggested to go on with a full body..and working without comics/video games exageration in key of sculpting him...of course there's a lot to do... i would probably sculpt the arms holding Athena sword on right hand and Medusa head on left arm...
    hope you like it..any suggestion and feedback is appreciate as usual..

    Kratos w.i.p. with a classical taste

    more to come....


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    I think it's lookibg very good. although the only thing I don't like so much is the way the abdominal area looks. too lumpy, it is a work in progress i know. good stuff.

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    looking good...his features look distinctly african. was this by design or accident? just curious. i like the pose and overall design of the piece. keep it up, can't wait to see more!

    Maddmaestro

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    Looking good - especially for a first time.
    You have achieved a great "smoothness" of the figure.
    I would suggest taking of a bit of clay from the abdomen, as the muscles here seems a bit too large - relative to the rest of the body - just a detail.

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    Looking very good but for some reason the head seems larger than it should be it might just be the camera angles but not sure.

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    Hey Tombow, welcome to CA and thanks for sharing.
    It's obvious you've got some mad skills man, I'm sure we'll be seeing more from you! Well I hope so atleast

    My crit is on proportion, like Gemlock says his head seems too big. It looks a little like you've fallen into the detail too soon trap. Don't worry about going back over things. You've done it once you can do it again!!!
    Best of luck, look forward to your updates!
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