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    Coz_K: Thanks! Big fan of your work.

    Got the scanner up n running. The Scwarz Weich Black Soft 8200-099*** and W5 warm grey marker was used, but the scanner reflected the blacks as white due to it being shiny head-on, so the only one that does not look crap is the left one, where the paper was off from the scanner.
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    Hell yes dude. That one on the left is super delicious looking. lol, no but seriously, he looks as if he could kick some ass.. or rip one off Definitely five stars from me dude. Thx for sharing.
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    palladium: Thanks!

    WIP of character. He started out as a snowboarder, but ended up as a henchman.
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    Great stuff on the speed paintings and environments- very expressive
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    humza: Thank you!

    Now im considering rimlight on this here henchman. Any ideas? should he have a gun? shovel? a bowl of milk for the boss-cat? It has to be henchman-like. He is a up-and-coming henchman, fighting his way through the ranks, only to one day kill his boss and become the new supervillain. Then he needs to find himself a nemesis. Im drawing his boss and his nemesis on ze paper now.
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    Nice looking sketches in here. Keep it up and you'll be rolling with the big boys before you know it. Your environments are what really stand out but that last character you posted is showing some promise as well. One thing that I think would give him some punch is to have a little more definite and clear distinctions between his jacket, shirt and pants. Maybe some harder edges or even some slight color shifts to distinguish the different elements.

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    incredible work. Both pencils and digtals look sweeet. keep us updated!
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    awesome character, i rly like him. i dont would add to much things on hes clothes. i
    like this simple design. he lookz rly tough, and i think he need not much guns or other things. but yeah, for a more interesting shape, maybe you can give him a handgun with a muffler or something.
    anyway, great character design!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andreassen View Post
    humza: Thank you!

    Now im considering rimlight on this here henchman. Any ideas? should he have a gun? shovel? a bowl of milk for the boss-cat? It has to be henchman-like. He is a up-and-coming henchman, fighting his way through the ranks, only to one day kill his boss and become the new supervillain. Then he needs to find himself a nemesis. Im drawing his boss and his nemesis on ze paper now.
    You're welcome!

    The rim lit could work well, give a little bit more color variation to a predominently cool pallette (which isn't by any means a bad thing)

    The bowl of milk for the boss cat sounds cool! Ha Ha Maybe he's one of those henchman that serves as the boss's personal assistants like celebrity's have? He makes do him do all these mundane chores like carrying around kitty litter and having to accompany the cat to manicures! He's disgruntled because the cat lives a better live then him and all the other henchman! :p

    I am thinking since he has a diagnal strap possibly trying to do something with a backpack. It might push the silhouette if that's something you'd want.

    The goggles and bundled up turtle neck definitely makes me feel that this guy is a henchman guarding some facility or compound located in a very cold area. An addition of a gun might be good. I would possibly toy around with the idea of a headset and turning the visor into something that projects data from other henchman and home base so he is in contact with them.

    You may want to experiment with refining the left side of his arm. You should probably take that with a grain of salt as it seems to work pretty well right now so that may just be a personal choice, it could work either way.

    Good job!
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    humza: Now im getting the feeling this henchman is more of a middle-management henchman. Ive given him an assistant, whose got some cloth to conceal parts of his face to preserve the identical nature of these lower henchmen. This lower henchman will be carrying ducks trained to fly into jetengines in some sort of contraption, maybe a bag.

    Id imagine this middle-management henchman throwing bread into a barrel painted as a jetengine with a stereo playing jetengine-sounds to train the ducks to fly into the barrel. The perfect evil plan to bring down airplanes.

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    Those are awesome!
    Do you paint directly on the black silouettes?
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    Fantastic pieces.. I really like the crime-syndicate you're building here. Somehow I get the feeling the lower-ranked guy is the higher ranked because of the seemingly heavier kevlar he is wearing. The more I think of it though, I get the feeling that he is just a regular foot-soldier while the guy to the left is more undercover and interesting. So yeah, never mind
    This is just me, but you could give a logo to the syndicate with some way of showing ranks. Though it's kinda stupid to have a logo for your underground organization.. kinda beats the point of being anonymous, thank you hollywood.

    Can't wait to see the boss and what else you've got in mind!

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    Very nice lineup man. haha, trained ducks that fly into jet engines at their masters whim sounds awesome. lol
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