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    Alexander the great wip

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    not so much looking for a critique. But any suggestions on how it would look cooler

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    More of an expression? He looks like he's riding into battle but his face says "I'm bored and sitting at a tea party".

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissusHow View Post
    More of an expression? He looks like he's riding into battle but his face says "I'm bored and sitting at a tea party".
    lol

    that's true

    but I want it to mimic the mosaic




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    He looks pretty full of emotion in that mosaic. Note the raised eyebrows, intense eyes and slight sneer. This is an excited and arrogant man.

    Although I have to say, I really like the energy in your version a lot. There's a lot of motion there, be sure not to lose that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nezumi Works View Post
    He looks pretty full of emotion in that mosaic. Note the raised eyebrows, intense eyes and slight sneer. This is an excited and arrogant man.

    Although I have to say, I really like the energy in your version a lot. There's a lot of motion there, be sure not to lose that.
    ...honestly....I see a cyclops with a a small smirk that says "I just bought a dingy"

    lol

    but thank you Nezumi

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cakeair View Post
    ...honestly....I see a cyclops with a a small smirk that says "I just bought a dingy"
    Indeed, a complex man.

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