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    Filthy Falchion's Filth

    I figured I might as well get this up. I'll update every once in a while. Most of these're going to be low-grade sketches at first. Just some basic stuff like weapon poses and so on and so forth.
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    I have to admire people who can draw weapons and other machinery so well. The man's feet and legs seem large compared to the rest of him.
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    Great details on this sketch!
    I have to second Kaileighblue on that the weapons look very nice.
    Perspective seems a bit off on the lady's rifle though. It looks as if the scope is turned a bit too much to the left! Also, something is bothering me about the woman's head. It seems a little big for her body I think.
    Good work though! keep it up.
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    More fun. And thanks, I like my gun porn plenty! Mind you, that picture was an earlier concept piece. I've modified the characters a bit, and can also currently name everything they're carrying. These two pics're the same guy, in case it wasn't obvious.

    The first one's a more finalized design. He's packing an AK-104 with a suppressor, GP-30 underslung grenade launcher, and a Crane stock. Also pictured are a Walther PPS with a suppressor and unseen are a Springfield 1911 clone and an Ostblock ballistic knife. Yes, he's ridiculously well-armed. The second one's more of a study/concept piece for operating a Mosin Nagant.
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    work a little more on structure
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    Some fun from something I'm working on as well. This one was doodled from reference, in this case an ODA team practicing breaching with Filipinos.
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    you seem to know a lot about weapons that I don't not that that's an achievement but

    You've definitely got machine/armor design down, the only thing I can suggest is technical points: bold--not scratchy--line, proper weight to characters, construction, etc.
    Let's seem some rendered sketches
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    What, can I say? I'm a gun-nut. I'll eventually get around to giving these designs a polish, but critiques are desired. And as a random bit of boasting, I don't do lines with rulers. All of my stuff's free-handed. More forthcoming later, but here're some poses for your use if you so wish.
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    And look! More substandard art!
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    A little something that I'm working on on the side to figure out digital painting...
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    Your sketches are nice, very clean, good proportions, I like 'em. As for that digital painting, can't say much about it. Made any more progress?
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    So I'm guessing you like firearms?
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    Quote Originally Posted by KonnA View Post
    So I'm guessing you like firearms?
    No, I just happen to like the smell of burning gunpowder. Duh.

    More fun on the mercenary concepts, and critiques are always welcome. Just remember that it's my style...
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