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    awesome pencil work, about that good deed, i know it's been done several times but what about a dove. you could have a human hand coming out of the light, having just let-go of the dove. i think that would be very symbolic

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    This is really shaping up! Can't wait for the final result!

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    color test

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    That's looking pretty awesome dood.

    I think for the color scheme, it depends how you wanna swing it. If you wanna make it seem more human and relatable, then go for a fleshy kinda color. The green and blue skins seem a lot more alien to me.

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    Update,

    What do you all think of the symbolic representation of a good deed?

    I am starting the vine idea just to see if that works better.

    Will continue to work on color and light

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    wow Its so so awesome to be honest I so speechless and I'm just a noobs, and by seeing your drawing I really really learn a lot, uh oh I really really want to the see your next update

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    i'd go with the green for the colour test, but that's just me!

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    dwardo- thank you for you comments,

    -No its not a sacrifice… all the demons are their to show the overwhelming evil and how they can be neutralized my one small but powerful good deed.

    -The apple is an accident but it gives me an idea on using the negative space to add a secondary image.


    Hueyyeng – thank you. I appreciate you pointing out the idea behind the image; it’s where I spent most of my time. I wanted it to be fresh and different.

    Davidherd – after I formulated my idea the first thing I did was work out the composition I’m glad you like it.

    Miycko – thank you, you have been helpful

    -I tried to work out your dove suggestion but I failed to make it without destroying the composition regarding scale.

    -As for the colors – it will have some green but I’m going with mostly blue, with and accent of reds to neutralize the blues so the flesh on the demons look decomposed.

    Phill99 – I can’t wait ether, I like what I have so far but with only a few hours a day it going slow.

    Kuren – I am going in your direction by combining the blues and the reds, thanks

    Wakoes – I am glad you are exited about this piece as I am, and to have you learn something from it is a bones to me... the next update is for you.

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    cool, reminds me of carlos huante's work.

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    That's the best complement so far…thanks

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    Wowy, definately one of the high scores around here so far.
    Keep the good work up.

    How did you work ? Is it a big pencil drawing scanned as basic and the worked digital on it ?

    Crits ? I like the more greyish touch in the previews version, it gives a really odd, uncomfortable and dead fealing. Mabe just reduce the red spots in the actual version a little.

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    yo ed, just wondering if you'd consider this symbol I was thinking about "good deed". This may sound cheezy and over used, but my idea of good deed is a child or children, not a newborn baby, but a child who's already capable of thinking that's why they're asking a lot of things about everything around them.
    Children speak with their hearts, and they say exactly how they feel and what they think. They don't care about war, nor corruption, hate, racial discrimination, and they consider everyone equal in their playground, and all they care about is play. There's even one song in our language that says: "children holds the time, and thru them, you'll find the answers in life" (or something like that). in our country children are symbol of joy and hope, People tends to forget conflicts when they're around....
    It's just that I have no idea how you could effectively portray that in your composition.
    Just my two cents though.
    Thanks a bunch for sharing your art. I'm learning a lot, and hope I can dig deeper and learn more, for I personally like your technique. We somehow got the same idea for an entry piece, but on a whole different context though.
    Best of luck mate! we are watching !

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