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    Love the character designs from post #62 !! Especially the values on the one in the middle.
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    deamn thats some dope shit u got there, amazing, please keep updating.

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    Always nice good updates here. Looking forward to seeing the character on the right felshed out, that's if you plan to.

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    Hehe, Yeah I can get really anal about anaomty. Good mood in that last one. Remember to work from generals to specifics, so try and work in some focals

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    Inspiring! (god I hate that word but it fits )

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    lichunlei: Thanks!

    Jangmai: Thanks! Yeah, I have a tendency to go for silouette and "ignore" surfacechange. Recently been switching to crosshatching for rendering. Never really done a lot of it in the past, but now i see that its an excellent tool to define surfacechanges.

    krel: Thanks! The blue skulls are pretty awesome yeah. I sat around for weeks just drawing skulls. Those were my favs.

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    Cam Sykes: Thanks! Yep they will be fleshed out further.

    Mischeviouslittleelf: Thanks! Helpful as allways. Hope youll come back here now and then with some critique.

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    Still wip'ing this one. It seems lame to have these guys wielding ducks. I guess they get streetkids to handle ducks for them. Streetkids coming up later, wielding ducks!

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    top notch work, man. great looking characters!

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    Thats amazing bro! Awesome work.
    Great designs.
    By the way, your drawing skills are amazing.
    "Better to be judged by twelve than carried by six"

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    Awesome environments on the 1st page and badass character concepts on the last! The third one is my fav. Reminds me of a Bond villain.

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    the face on the 3rd one is pretty sweet
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    Jealousy is such an ugly emotion, I'm gettin tired of feeling it... Loviing ur work it all looks so strong. I especially like ur environment studies

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    Flaskpost: Thanks!

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    GEB: Thanks! Yeah jealousy sucks, but can be useful too.

    I heard this tip from Todd McFarlane, he used it himself: If you want to feel progress, measure yourself up against someone who is a bit better than you , then bust ass to get better than them. This made it easier for him to see his own progress, compared to constantly comparing himself to the greatest comicbook-artists out there. Anyone tried this?

    Some characters, gogogo draw!

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    never heard of that, that's peculiar.....
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    I've heard of what you're talking about. I haven't actually tried it but I've heard it works! I definitely love your style, you're really good with painting and laying out things. I really like your character concepts~

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    mmmm sweet creatures and characters. more please love your layered brush marks.

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