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    Oil Illustration (Warrior Girl) Tips and Illustration Update :)

    Last edited by CH-PERALTA; January 10th, 2004 at 03:13 AM.
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    Deviant Art does not allow direct linking. You need to upload it to a place that does. I think some people here are using Photobucket.

    http://www.photobucket.com/

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    i cant see the pic

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    Dude thanks for the info lets see if you guys can view it
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    it looks pretty good
    the axe and outstretched leg are kind of boring, but everything else works very well.

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    Awesome painting. I love Oils, I wish I could paint with them. Looks like you squashed the axe just to fit it on the canvas :p, be more careful next time.

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    Real sweet stuff man. I really like the face and the hair.

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    Hey thanks guys for the kind comments and important feedback :chug:

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    Slain mcRoth with his good friend breinbeter ^^

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    Hey yo

    Slain mcRoth hhhmmm you know a lot of people tell me that this illustration looks like the Character Slain .. but it was after I posted the illustration in some other forum few months ago I found out about the existence of Slain but hey that’s that

    thanks for the kind comment :chug:

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    kery vewl...and good oils

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    Painterly feel is nice but the drawing is off that right arm isn't attatched to any shoulder! The stance is not right in the next frame he would be flat on his back!

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    wow, love it specially the greeny light on the sword!

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