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    BIG ROMAN...literally...

    Well I started my new version of the Roman i posted in the sketches and doodles area. I made him bigger,wider, and well..BIGGER! lol...This is the basic sketch atm, tomorrow I plan to work on the abs a tad more, maybe move the belt up, maybe some leg work. Then then the next day work on the armor placement.

    And here he is!



    I WANT C&C!..anything will help.

    PS some muscles need to be tweaked a little and lines tuned, but thats a work in progress.
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    BIG ROMAN...literally...
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    The hands are great, but the muscles and overall anatomy could use some work.

    Keep at it, thought; it'll be interesting to see what you come up with.
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    Could you alaborate on what needs work on the muscles? Just remember he is sposed to be exagerated.
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    I think it looks really cool....but ...
    ...how is he supposed to wipe his own behind with those arms


    uh btw....LOVE the hands GJ!
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    ack..where did the image go..damnit!...lol..And just an update, I have moved his belt up a tad, and started work on his shoulder armor..will post soon.
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    i'm not sure if he's supposed to be a hunchback, but if he's not, then perhaps you should divide his back 'muscle' in two, just give it a dip in the center and it should be more anatomically acurate, anyway, that's my suggestion

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    Ya I think I might do that, thanx
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    UPDATE*..here you go, the current version of my Big Roman.

    BIG ROMAN...literally...

    C&C on this as well.

    I may redo his rib area..looks wierd..
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    Kickass compadre. Looks F'n cool to me. And as far as anatomy goes, I think you got it right (except for the back muscle, but if you were going for hunch back then its fine). Nice job.
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    wow, he's big!

    good stuff, i dont really mind the anatomy, and his armor, especially the shoulder stuff is great.

    the hands are very michaelangelo-esque, well done.
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