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    David-david nice rendition. does she have dark glasses on?

     

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    yeeeeah D@niel, thats class mate. Nice one

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    Hahaha! Doomstagg...

    Yes, she is a crossover between Miles Davies and Baba Yaga!

    No, honestly I decided not to put her eyes because it seemed more scary to me

     

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    WOW! the work here is amazing. I can't wait to see what will be chosen for the finals. It will be a ridiculously hard choice to pick.

    Here is what I have so far. Any thoughts? I'm a little burnt on it right now but hope to have time for another pass and make some improvements.

    thanks,

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    IanLlanas - Great work on the composition, especially the children. You definitely get a sense of a dreadful moment.

    Adam Schympert -That is going to rock when it's done. I love what you did with the kids and how they are chased by not only Baba but her house as well.

    masque - I like the look of this. Seems like a tradtional children's book design.

    artina - Nice design, especially the carvings on the mortar.

    Stoat - Very cool. Haha! I think she'd be better off making soup seing as she doesn't seem to have any teeth.

    Ionic - Very nice work. She looks more like she's ready to kick ass than chase after helpless kids though.

    Sulk-Sal - Interesting design choice on her head gear. However, I would've used more reference from real animal skulls.

    FerrousJack - Good idea with the demonized troll design.

    Wiggers - Loving the heads! Nice work.

    Tommoy - Very, very nice design!

    CCThrom - Coool!

    Vorace - Woah! Nice rendering going on but the design reminds me a little too much of something out of the LOTR movies.

    Teundeboer - Hm..at first glance, it looks like she is trying to save herself and the fat kid from falling. Don't know I this is what you're going going for. Other than that, you need to work more on design and detail. Banzai!

    dwinbotp - Wow! Now that is a badass witch. I can definitely sense a Clive Barker vibe here. Mucho nice!

    D@niel - Very nice flow and sense of speed here. The colors are great, but I think the face looks too manly.

    WunderDark - Don't give up. You've come this far and it's looking good. I'd work more on the face and the victim's foot. Right now the face looks sad and not very exciting. Try to give her a crazier, menacing look. The outer side of the foot needs to be straightened out. Google feet and focus on that part and you'll see what I mean.

    Senpen - Those are some crazy looking legs. Good job!


    Alright I'm beat. I wish I had the strength to give everyone a comment but I need to post my own stuff too. I'm a bit late into the game but I just couldn't resist this opportunity - what an awesome theme. I hope I can get enough work into this before the deadline. Tell me what you think!



     

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    Well I think I'm done with it. But C&C are welcome, I can still change a lot of things



    BTW D@niel your are sick man !

     

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    Wow guys, you're really pumping out some good stuff.

    I haven't progressed as far as I'd like this week. I've been Job Hunting. That's got to be one of the most time consuming affairs that produces the least amount of results.

    Anyway, I might scrap this and try a more Russian traditional look, and looking at all these scary looking Baba's, I might try something scarier too.

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    Thanks for the crit Christoffer! I usually find a piece of reference I like and work off only that (mostly) when getting more would help. I see also I didn't follow it as closely as I should have. That's something I'll work on for the next piece.

    And my..."shading" needs something else too. It's shortcomings were really highlighted here. Perhaps using up a sheet of charcoal, scanning it, and placing it on the lineart instead of just doing the pencil thing on paper would be better? Hmm...

    The background will also be much darker.

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    Markusthebarbarian: Exquisite lighting! Hits the one bright eyebrow maybe a little too hard? And the eye beneath it not enough?

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    Managed to put in a bit more time on this one. I'm blown away by all the entries so far. So much competition...

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    Another Direction Through The Illustration

    Started a new version

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    awesome stuffs
    did this one tonight, dunno if its better or worse than the last one, tried to hit the idea more. have to work on it, but with some decent lighting it should look kewl ... i hope

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    Masque : your absolutely right, thanks a lot, I've just adjust that, I think I will add just little more details and after I will post it in the finalburning.

     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pixeltuner View Post
    Thx! So, if I'd give her grey hair and lower her boobs to her waist it's cool?
    I deliberately made her younger and without the mortar and pestle, but maybe it indeed loses it's touch with the brief a little this way

    EDIT: Good idea, I gave her some straw-ish white/grey hair, and now she looks like on old insane tart a bit more already
    Ur welcome.
    Now she really is an old insane tart.

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    First color version. Gonna sit on it for a while, let my eyes freshen up before looking it over again.

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    Holy crap there's a lot of good drawings here. D@niel, that is so dope.

    Here's mine updated, I'll be able to spend another hour or two on it, hopefully finish it to a good degree. Can't wait to see these all in the final burning

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    i'm really liking the different take on the scale on this one fersteger. gonna be another good one!

    John Bridges, i like yours a lot as well, one thing you could look at is the way her right foot is resting on the rim of the mortar. it would add quite a bit of character to the pose if the base of her foot and her toes would push against the inside of the mortar rim for example...just a detail though

     

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    fersteger I agree with jpedro, the scale is cool and made so much better by the way you cropped her on the sides, like she is too big to even fit in the picture.

    Mine so far:

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    I want to add a few more details, but I'd say I'm almost done.

    Amongst all these scary (yet awesome) drawings, mine feels so... G rated!

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    Well I never do this so I thought I'd post a wip. I hope to get her finished tomorrow. I swear I've got ADHD, because usually by the last stage I can't even look at the piece anymore. But Ooh no, gots to keep moving on.



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    Quote Originally Posted by fersteger View Post
    Holy crap there's a lot of good drawings here. D@niel, that is so dope.

    Here's mine updated, I'll be able to spend another hour or two on it, hopefully finish it to a good degree. Can't wait to see these all in the final burning
    fersteger
    Its looking really nice so far. I know it was probably your intention to do such a tight crop... but I really wish he had some breath room on one of the edges. Something like this:
    http://members.arstechnica.com/x/ptoast/fersteger.jpg

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    Hello!
    Thanks everyone for great inspiration.
    This is first time I'm posting here. I realy appreciate every critique,
    because i'm just getting in touch with my wacom tablet.



    thank you! and one more bow


     

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    Update
    Lines and tones done, now the question is do I give it a flat colour or paint it?
    Might put a few fairies in, the odd willo-the-wisp

    There's some really excellent work going on - really looking forward to the finals thread!

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    So many amazing entries... it's a struggle to have favorites. Fersteger has captured my imagination, nice!

     

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    Man I don't think I have ever seen so many saggy tits in one place before.

     

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    Fersteger nicely done man. Shes like a Jim Henson X Miyazaki mind explosion. I do like the vertical framing , but I do think you lose some of that immediate read on her scale with the taller comp. Maybe if you kept the same frame but just moved her up in frame? Crop right above her head?

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    lotta work still too do.. need to straighten up the perspective on the "pole" and the mortar... do some color adjusting... some saturation... and the the riders... great work all around guys

    btw the process is on page 3 if your interested.

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    hm hm :|
    I'll try to enter this one, too bad I still have to actually design this thing and still have no idea on how to draw drapery.

    T__T
    Any constructive critique would be appreciated.

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    Talking

    There's a lot of amazing concepts in the this Thread. wow

    As for my attempt. It's been a bit slow. Not much time to spend and not too sure what I'm doing when it comes to painting. Just going to try and see how far I get with this first attempt at anything detailed with a tablet. I didn't spend any time on concept but I think this might develop into something hopefully.
    Spending a lot of time on this one experimenting with painting techniques.

    It's still very rough.

    Any cc would be helpful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doomstagg View Post
    Fersteger nicely done man. Shes like a Jim Henson X Miyazaki mind explosion. I do like the vertical framing , but I do think you lose some of that immediate read on her scale with the taller comp. Maybe if you kept the same frame but just moved her up in frame? Crop right above her head?
    If there are any inadequacies on the taller comp, they are mine, not fersteger's, as I rather quickly edited it for demonstration purposes. I guess I could take it down to a link rather than a displayed image...

     

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