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    Ahoy another wip

    another work in prgress. Slapped in some colour, and some more details.


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    ChoW 206 :: Father Time

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    Hey ,

    i want to show this charater as looking very sorrowful with a deep regret as if he has been cursed for eternity to do this job because of something awful he did a long long time ago
    i thought it would be cool if he looked almost hobo like and he carried with him lots of little trinkets and and keepsakes and bits of clothing that he picked up through the centuries or even been given as gifts by people before they depart , and of course lots of time reference ,

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    RichLyons Yeah i like your character and the the catpendulum.

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    Really Awesome stuff here!
    @ RichLyons, the only thing that bothers me is that the pants are so tight.
    For a character with such an old looking face (though he is timeless, I guess), his pants look so.... oddly "indy", like those pants the kids wear, very very tight and female-ish...
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    I am aware of the 3/4 rule, don't fear!!
    I thought my father time could have clock faces for eyes, and grains of sand pouring out of his hand.
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    Attachment thing isn't working very well...
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    Mephistoau - Really love this design, and the fact he's using a zimmer frame, great concept with the hair as a sundial type affair. Love the wrinkles too - can't wait to see it finished.

    RichLyons - really love this design, all those timekeeping devices... superb. Althoguh I'd have to say that the old guys legs are very fleshed out for an old fart - not that a mystical old fart has to have old fart legs too, but It does look a bit like young man body.

    glaudarien - really love the idea of the window and the drama of that image, very regal feel. Maybe the window could be a clock? I think i prefer the symmetrical images than the one with the hunched over father time.

    danlambert - gorgeous lighting on this one - I can't wait to see it finished, are you going to stay black and white?

    ChrisProof - really like the idea of suspension of time in this one (is that what you're going for?), as the scythe looks like its just split and is suspended along with the clocks.

    Supervlieg - lovely face on this one and interesting angle - i like it.

    Pixeltuner - really nice concept so far - i like the wiggly weapon and the hat is totally awesome.

    sketchibo - I like this idea, especially the cogs and the skulls in the hourglass and adding coggs to the scythe. very well thought through.

    invinciblewombat - (awesome name!) - really lovely sketch, time looks deep in thought. very nice.

    mundi - love the style of your sketch and his sad face, looking forward to seeing where it goes.
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    I thought of this cool, fatherly-type old man. I'm a sucker for Neil Gaiman's Death and the fact that she's all happy and easy-going, so I thought I'd incorporate that sort of idea.

    At the same time, he needs to show that he's not your average, mundane grandpa, so instead of an armchair, I'm putting him on a throne with carvings that represent the passage of time.

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    glaudarien, thank you!, maybe you are right... usually I always start in colour, don't know why yesterday I decided to make b&w scrap. I tried now to hide lower layer with b&w drawing.) I know that my problem usually is almost in contrast...
    Mephistoau thank you! ^^

    Also I decide that it won't be bad to colour both of my sketches maybe one of them will be better. For now I feel that both of them are so-so)) (I think 2nd is better, but first contains very cute birdie))
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    ChileanIggy Nice concept, I really like the tats.
    RichLyons Cool design, he looks strong like a superhero. I'd like to see him in Soul Calibur.


    Here's my take on Father Time. He is carrying Baby New Year and keeps Death around as a sort of pet/agent. I haven't figured out where/how to add a hourglass.

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    Here's a doodle. Great Stuff! Thanks
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    RichLyons - I like what's happening so far, but the thing that bugs me is the pocket watch chains that are double looped from one side of the vest to another. That seems very very strange and unnatural - you usually have the watch sitting in a fob pocket on either the left or right side of the vest, depending on what hand you use, and then the chain extends to a button loop or belt loop. You've doubled the process. It would be incredible difficult to pull a watch as you've drawn them with the extra added "threading" of the chain through the center button holes. I think you might have been carried away with the drawing and painting of it all, but I'd recommend fixing the chains and having them either extend only from the left pocket to the right pocket, or from the center button loops to one side only...

    Amedyr - be careful of the side you have the vest buttons on. The sketch at the bottom center of the roughs has the buttons as if this were a vest worn by a woman. Mens suits and vests and coats always button on the right side. You have the shirt drawn correctly, the vest just needs a little switcheroo.
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    Hi guys this is cool, so cool that I'm going to give it a go even thinking i won't be able to make it to the deadline. I can already see a variety of nice concepts
    here is mine started this afternon
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    Here's an update. Got to run right now but I'll come back in a few hours to post some comments. Great work so far everybody!

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