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    AG Suit Elite

    A recent concept art portfolio piece - a solider / armor design that I sketched some time ago and have only recently been able to paint in.

    This is definitely an area that I would like to expand my portfolio and client base.

    I would love to hear your comments.

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    I really like this.

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    Sweet rendering. Why is his head so huge?
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    very very nice. I think the refelction on th efloor is a nice touch to give it weight. I agree re: his head, it does look too large-even if he is slender with narrow shoulders. Other than that, Very cool!
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    really nice concept, but the head is bothering me
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    quick revision

    I am hearing the comment about the head's size quite a bit. I guess my sense of proportion was off a bit. I have done a quick revision with a smaller head. Thanks for the catch everyone.
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    Very nice design! The machinery fit together very well.
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    Yeah, at first glance the first one's head did look a little large. I think the second version reads as a little more natural.

    I really love the idea of a robotic arm matching your own arms movement without your arm being inside it. I don't think I've ever seen that done before. Very cool.
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    Reminds me of a russian iron man "Железный Человек!"
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    Haha that armor is sweet. I like the fact that you show that his arm can interact with the mechanical one. The only thing I can see that might be a little off is his left arm. It looks really thin and feminine, I wouldn't mind seeing it beefed up a little.
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    Fantastic, love it!
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    I really like the guy within. Good job, mate!
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    how u became so good at rendering?the prop seems little comicstyle but its ok if u wanted it.
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