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    Newborn: from dead ends to new beginnings...

    Below will be final work, WIP to follow...

    I am done with this one - hope I still got a job tomorrow...

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    Its a boy! Is this baby coming through from another dimension or is it the fruit of a massive engineering project? Just a quickie to get started.

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    I'll go with 'fruit of a massive engineering project'. Will be interesting to see how this goes from now on.

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    It has an epic feel already, graphicgolem.
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    Here's another in a more humorous vein...

    Newborn: from dead ends to new beginnings...

    Thanks for the comments on the spacey one although I dont really have a strong back story for it - and it never works for me unless it does.

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    Haha.
    I'm not sure if it would be more worrying if that thing on his (?) head were a weapon of mass destruction or his man parts!
    Intresting idea either way.
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    Man parts, Nick. It would be more worrying if it were man parts.

    That image did make me laugh, though, and I'm rarely amused by intentionally funny pics.

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    A new one without man parts...

    Hey after days of tinkering with the concept I think Im starting to feel the groove or maybe Ive lost the plot - anyway heres one more. Since ArtRage is so popular I thought Id take a look and Ive fallen in love...ahh!

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    Newborn: from dead ends to new beginnings...
    Setting the scene now and starting to get the players into position.
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    Update - added some colour with a big roller in ArtRage...almost like the real thing the way the paint smears and mixes.
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    Another ArtRage convert, excellent. Nice initial colour choices though I'm not sure what's happening yet.

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    An update, lost some work when ArtRage crashed and it was looking just how I wanted it too - no matter couldnt seem to get back what I had done but seems to be getting closer to my original idea.

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    Have I lost the plot?

    Changed things around a bit as it was getting a bit busy and the concept was getting a bit lost. Have I lost the plot? Any feedback crits/gratefully received.Newborn: from dead ends to new beginnings...
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    Consigned to the archives of obilvion...

    I am pretty much stuck, after many attempts I am no closer to resolving the composition/concept probelms in this and as no else seems able to comment on it either, I am going to try something else. I've got a couple more ideas, maybe things will become clearer after a break from this one.
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    This was the best version. I don't know if you can go back that far, but it held a lot more promise than the later versions.

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