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    Sketchbook of a beginner

    All or most of these characters are a part of an upcoming Comic that I and a friend are designing. It's a futuristic Avengers style comic with a few twists

    First Picture a Demon in an awkward pose with a new age sword and Nordic rune script the other hand is holding brimstone. Kind of a cliche for demons besides the clothes anyway this is a plausible foe for our heroes

    The second picture is an early sketch of a definite hero. This very patriotic masked hero isn't. to answer your question I'll use an example from the script "Yet to be named hero and Company guard are walking down a hallway passing by memorabilia of previous and current heroes when he passes by a costume which looks like it was just sewn together flags 'what patriotic wore that?' hero says"

    Third is a demon in disguise a hellion run away The demon of drunkenness and fire. The sights on the end of his barrels are also his symbol.

    The fourth is more of a Teaser no ideas besides that or what's with the glowing sword.

    The fifth picture is Maverick Necrodemus or Mage very little is known about him or even if he's going to be in the comic.

    Sixth medieval version of the demon of drunkenness we can see the keg in the background.

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    Great work, but may I suggest getting rid of the toothlike thing on the side of it's mouth, it kinda throws off the drawing. Other than that great work and keep it up.

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    Everybody on this site is going to tell you to study proportions and anatomy. Listen to them.

    Next tip, rotate your pics so that we don't have to twist our heads to see them. As an artist, you want to make viewing a pleasurable experience for the viewer.

    The more work you put in, the more solid and watchable your ideas will become. You're starting out with some solid ideas, develop them. Take time to polish them and work on them. Good luck.

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