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    Wicked cd cover design on the previous page! Too bad it never made it to print. And the last portrait is also nice! Used Beyonce as reference?
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    Cheers, AG. Yeah - that's right, Beyoncé. Perhaps a bit too pristine as one of the lost trying to survive the realm, though. I'll have to lose the make-up, and a couple of teeth.
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    The Gray Slayer (ChoW entry)

    About time I submitted more to this thread. The Gray Slayer
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    Some close-ups, as the previous image loses a lot of the texture detail.

    Wip shots to follow..

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    Looking good dude, I like how you integrate the 3D with the 2D. You should try and do more 2D, and even some traditional... Either way Keep posting...
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    Cheers RandAlThor. I've another thread of oil paintings in the Finally Finished section, you're right though - need to keep updating.

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    Cool! Nice to see him done. Head looks great shame you ran out of time
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    Thanks Liz. Aye, story of life for me at the moment - no time. Perhaps insomnia will kick in again soon, that will help.
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    Hiya Gray, not been round for a while. Awesome updates! I love your idea of realising the DnD cartoon characters, I loved that show so much, really captured the imagination. Can't wait to see them all finished, especially Uni..."Uuuuuuni!!!"

    Your grayslayer is really cool too, great to see the progress, just one crit is that his buttons look blurry, looks a bit off compared to the rest.
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    Hey Angel.

    It's been ages since I've posted any updates, so thanks for stopping by as it reminds me to get back to it!

    DnD is still great now, they don't make 'em like that anymore. I imagined at first that Uni had grown into a mighty warhorse, and pictured a grown Bobby-the-barbarian on horseback. Then I thought how years of hardship should affect the horse too, so maybe she should be a knackered old mare, on last legs?!

    I agree with you on the slayer piece. It was very much a rush-job (as all of the ChOW entries seem to be) trying to get it done during lunchtimes and weekends. Thanks for feedback, I will continue to track your work and return some (hopefully helpful) feedback.

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    Aw, I got all excited for new art. Update update update! No pressure
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    Ha! Well just for you, Liz - I'll make sure I post something before I go away next week. Ooooo... deadline pressure!!
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