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    Incredible stuff from everyone. I'm sitting it out but very much enjoying the work here.

    ...pointless post, I know. Sorry.





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    So many cool entries this round! I got inspired and did a little sketch in my mini moleskine. I'm not sure if i'm gonna finish this one, but i think i'll polish the pencils some more (some value work in particular) then play with it in photoshop and call it done. I love playing with the tiny moleskine, i don't get bored halfway through finishing a page!

    PS: This post was made by Slash, but under petite's name, since i'm too tired and lazy to log off then back on. ^^

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    Tommoy... scary as hell.


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    i came up with this today again in lunch, havent worked too much on my other ideas since i wasn't feeling them too much. i sorta like this one, i just have to flesh it out a bit more in pencil and not bic pen =/

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    Well, here's a little something from me... Got stuck with my IDW (skull-mortar) so I did this...
    Don't really know much about the myth, but does Baba always have to be an old, fat, ugly, wrinkly hag?

    I think I'm gonna have to vote for everybody this round, as it seems. Sooo many great entries. Don't want to change with daestwen, who has to pick out the ones that go to poll.

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    A little more polished + color.
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    IanLlanas You sir are an evil, evil man. Very nice job.


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    Benu: This is probably not what you'd like to hear, but I like the prior version better. I felt there was more focus on the character, and I really liked the background colors. It appears you had reflective lighting on her skin coming from the green sky below, and that was a nice and subtle touch. The black shadows in the newer version of the image are a bit overpowering in my opinion.

    On the positive note, I love her birdlike figure, the design of the mortar and the feathers. Her face is great as well ( I like her nose a lot and those things that hang off her cheeks), and you created great sense of motion. I hope this is at least a bit helpful to you, and that I haven't offended you
    No way. If I didn't want crits like this, i'd go to deviantart. Yeah, it seems, i've overdone it. Maybe the cropped version works better.

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    Inkfish: Really like your flesh on her face. Man she's hideous One thing that I noticed is that I feel like her feet and lower area in general could use a softer edge, it being so misty and all. Good work though.

    my wip, having major color issues.

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    nateshaw try using some more greens or blues in your shadows since your ambient light seems to have a reddish hue.


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    looking back a few pages, i love your work wiggers...
    it's not that spooky, or evil, not too nightmare like or bizarre either, it's rather grey to some extent,.. it's like the real thing, if you would ever encounter it.. and that gives the whole piece a nice subtle creepy accent.

    "Ryan, that's not a desaturated color."

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    I was listening to Alice In Chains when I started this, hence the flannel.
    Next is adding more detail to colors.
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