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    Smile Lava creature (first post).

    Hello people:
    Towards a time that did not draw and walking by the forums me it has returned the desire. My English this so oxidized as my drawings but will try to improve both.

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    Lava creature (first post).

    P.D.:All the critics (on the drawing or my English ) will be comings well.

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    si mejora su dibujando, moverá a la excelencia - Pienso que es un comienzo muy bueno Sara .
    trabaja bien con contrastey la luz en éste dibujo .
    aunque pienso que algo malo con las manos y las proporciones en general - anyway Welcome to CA
    And let us see more of your work .

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    First of all, hello and welcome to the forums!

    I absolutely feel a sense of heat from this piece. The gesture is interesting but, from what I could gather in king's post, there area a few proportion issues, like the length of the torso.

    The sparks are really wonderful in this piece, but I want to see some areas of white heat on this guy; whitish highlights may help to give the thighs more form, which appear a little flat right now.

    This is an ambitious piece and I really like what I'm seeing so far.

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    I really like the idea and its a very cool pic.

    However I think this belongs in the WIP section. First off his belly is really distracting. It looks really fat, and that clashes with his sleak monster look. His left hand is also not defined enough against his chest and it gets lost. The last thing that bugs me is that the lava on his skin doesn't seem to cast very much light on him, and his skin doesn't reflect any light from that lava either. I guess it could be very matte skin, but still.

    Keep it up though, its a great idea.


    Es fließt durch meine Venen, Es schläft in meinen Tränen
    Es läuft mir aus den Ohren, Herz und Nieren sind Motoren

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    I only have acouple problem with this peace. When you look at this creature you lose his right arm in his body and and your bright orange on the lower torso draws your eyes away from his face.

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    Thanks to all to answer. The proportions were deliberate but sauce-whisp is right the chest does not finish being well and is certain that it lacks something of target but when I occurred it before putting post tapeworm a very plastic aspect and I cleared it, something similar I happen to me with the reflection in the skin I did not know like giving it and also the arm that is lost. But what it had not see he is the one of distracts to the belly and its color of the center of the drawing. I will try to point all this good and to commit less mistakes in my next pic.

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