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    Hey guys, it's my first time doing CHOW, daestwen recommended it to me. I just have a couple of initial sketches - I did more but these are the ones that turned out the best.
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    I´m realy not knowing where I´m going -.-

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    Inspiring topic. Here's my entry before colouring...

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    @dashinvaine : sort those feet out before you start colouring - add a bit more paper (digitally). It'll drag it down if you don't

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    So many nice entries
    Been 2 weeks since I havent done something decent, so I'll give a try on this CHOW.
    Firstly I thought of a skinny, tall, a bit old lady, but finally I decided to do something a bit nicer. So here it is for the moment.
    Critics and comments are welcomed, I think adding some details, items maybe on her, dont know yet, I'll try. and of course other things too ^^

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    Reymus - You have a great start. Her bottom half seems to be a little off. I believe you would see part of her right foot to the right of her left leg. I don’t think she has quite enough “junk in her trunk”. The left forearm is a bit too long and her shoulder not quite developed enough. Also her left boob is too big (it’s coming to get me!). I get the feeling her face should be a bit wider so it doesn’t get lost in the awesome mountain of hair you have going there. I hope you don’t think I’m picking on you, because I think your drawing is going to be really neat when it’s done. Keep up the good work!

    Adam - You have so many great things going on with this piece. I just have to say that her legs are really bothering me. Your character is this really strong Amazonian warrior and yet her legs and feet are these delicate little things. I have great admiration for your work so I hope that it’s not too upsetting when I say: OMG you gave Wonder Woman Barbie legs! She’s a power house, so give her some stronger legs! Also for the woman on the right: her torso is a bit small.

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    zoemaxine: I somehow like the style of these sketches, creepy faces!
    Kristo Novo: I like how the faces looks like now, but her proportions seem to be a little off.
    dashinvaine: I like her design. Her feet and legs however don't look quite right now. Get some reference and a dd a little more anatomy.

    Err... yeah. Although I don't have any time for this, and I didn't want to participate... I youldn't resist oO

    Ah... yeah I planned to make her dress consist of crows o__o dunno if I can draw that. Goodbye comfort zones hahahaha


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    Uärghs... I don't know if I reaaaally want to paint this! It looks creepy and like a lot of work to do...

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    daestwen - Thank you very much! I did stand like that and took a photo of myself, and you were right (of course)! It was very uncomfortable and i was loosing my balance..

    I really hope i solved the anatomy problem so i can start painting this!

    I didn't quite understand what you meant by funky shoulders, but i hope i solved it
    Sketchbook - I really appreciate comments and critique, please visit!

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    dumdadum, trying something different again. I find it good practice to do a 'piece' an evening, not sticking too much to first ideas and generally get a lot of different work done
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    Great stuff everyone

    Mark Tarisse Great brush strokes and I like the mood, especially the warm colors in the bottom right.

    Heres a sketch.

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    Time is tight but I hope I can finish this on time. After many sketches I have arrived at this. I want to give her a real sense of dark power mixed with beauty.
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    wow. nothing like a phantom queen of death to bring the people to the ChoW. Some really great stuff brewing in here, people. Pretty inspired right now.

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    Bringing the thumbnail further, decided to cut a part of the picture, still nothing is final.. will have to see where she brings me
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    I don't like it
    I have to look at it later, mabe I see whats wrong then
    Forgive me my bad english

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    jspangler: I think your composition is a bit dull so far: the figure in the center, the view dead on. If the viewpoint was a bit below her looking up she'd look a lot more intimidating.


    A quick concept. I'm going with the 'old crone' version for a change. I still need to put a lot more work into her robe and the raven wings that are barely visible now. I was going to put her in a forest of swords, but I think I'm keeping the foreground as it and adding fires in the background. And don't pay attention to the hand

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