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    Chow 136 :: GOBLIN GUNSLINGER

    Chow 136 :: GOBLIN GUNSLINGER

    ROUND #136 :: GOBLIN GUNSLINGER
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    Just what it says: A Goblin Gunslinger - however it needs to be an orthographic view. (Front, Side, Back). Greyscale or color. The rest is wide open.

    [EDIT] Just for clarification - the character doesn't have to an "Old West" or cowboy style goblin - so long as it is a goblin with a gun, we're good - type of gun and time period are open.

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    Ooooh... this sounds fun

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    pretty awesome topic, I havn't really decided on anything yet (even if he's gonna be a good guy or not) but I think I might be leaning towords something more comical and cartoony, I dunno.

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    it's funnybecause I have been drawing goblins for the last 2 weeks haha

    great topic, can we add an illustration or concept variations to support the ortho views in the final?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vorace View Post
    can we add an illustration or concept variations to support the ortho views in the final?
    Sure - go for it, though the main focus this week is the ortho. So don't lose focus!

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    Quick question, with orthographic views, do you depict the character in anatomical position?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MJ_Alcazar View Post
    Quick question, with orthographic views, do you depict the character in anatomical position?
    ... not sure I'm following you.

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    Ok, when I was looking up orthographic views, they seemed to be in anatomical position. Which is legs together, feet flat, hands at sides and palms forward. For the most part.
    I was wondering if that was what orthographic view was, or if they could be posed in front, side and back position. I saw a few of those too.
    If that's still confusing, I'll just wait and see what everyone does and I'll get it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MJ_Alcazar View Post
    Ok, when I was looking up orthographic views, they seemed to be in anatomical position. Which is legs together, feet flat, hands at sides and palms forward. For the most part.
    I was wondering if that was what orthographic view was, or if they could be posed in front, side and back position. I saw a few of those too.
    If that's still confusing, I'll just wait and see what everyone does and I'll get it!
    I'm going to say yes, for the most part

    However, I am willing to defer to those who have more experience with doing ortho views than myself - so if someone wants to pipe in on this, feel free.

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    my idea, a female booty kickin goblin, even with kung-fu grip, and working hunting rifle! Order now!
    i actually got paid to create a 3d model of human poo once. well actualy, i am on my (t)3rd (lol, i kill myself...) iteration, so like i got paid 3x. I should just go ahead and create some reference. this itshay is kiling me...

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    psyched I am.

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    One question to clarify things:
    Gunslinger means here a wild west theme, or can it be a goblin with any kind of gun? The wikipedia entry of gunslinger states it's a wild west expression, but for me a bit more free interpretation would be better, that's why I ask.

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    Hello!
    After Marama and watching Marko's DVD I'm feeling pretty motivated. The goal is to finish something, and here's the start of it. I'm always open to ideas and feedback.

    This guy used to be someone's sidekick before they got gunned down and now is facing some hard times on his own. He likes to think he's more sophisticated than he actually is, and doesn't realize that snacking on vulture stew doesn't really go over well with the posh people.

    Things to include:
    -Bowler hat
    -Bowlegged
    -Bow tie, more like a tied ribbon
    -light brown corduroy pants frayed from the knee down to look like flairs.
    -vest is a bit darker than the pants, too small for him, frayed in places.
    -shirt was white but is now dirty, has sweat stains, sleeves rolled up to the forearm (to hide potential forearm rotation pinching in 3D)
    -big triangular collar
    -nose has deviated septum

    Anyway, there's still lots to do, seeya.
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    Quote Originally Posted by earFuzz View Post
    Hello!
    This guy used to be someone's sidekick before they got gunned down and now is facing some hard times on his own. He likes to think he's more sophisticated than he actually is, and doesn't realize that snacking on vulture stew doesn't really go over well with the posh people.

    Things to include:
    -Bowler hat
    -Bowlegged
    -Bow tie, more like a tied ribbon
    -light brown corduroy pants frayed from the knee down to look like flairs.
    -vest is a bit darker than the pants, too small for him, frayed in places.
    -shirt was white but is now dirty, has sweat stains, sleeves rolled up to the forearm (to hide potential forearm rotation pinching in 3D)
    -big triangular collar
    -nose has deviated septum

    Anyway, there's still lots to do, seeya.
    I like this idea! if you've read any Terry Pratchett, your description kind of reminds me of Nobby Nobbs. Go with it...

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