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    Here's an update for this illo:

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    Yup, better like that, Eric ! Important feeling of escape/hurry. Keep working at it, man !

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    Cool WIP I really like the idea. Looks good so far. How about colour?

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    Great stuff, I love the 3 adventures, so loose and appealing! What do you prefer working in? PC or trads?

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    good updates! I like the twist of train rail coming over the head of the viewer, creates a nice eerie voyeurism. there's also better interaction among the characters and a good sense of urgency. but I think the beastie could be a little more dynamic -- if you shift his weight to his right leg he'll be ready to move and you'll also get rid of that tangent with the heroe's elbow.

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    bwkeough: I got rid of the tangent... but I have done much to make him more dynamic yet. Thanks!

    timpaatkins: Thanks! I skipped the pencil stage on this one for some reason... decided to rough it out digitally. I think I prefer digital right now but only because it is what I more comfortable with. I hope to change that.

    fooxoo: Thank you. Color?.. As soon everything else is worked out.


    A little farther along... I think I have the action of the scene decide on now, having added the bad guy at the end of the tracks.

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