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    Red face my work( really ...forgive me my first thread)

    Hi everyone,It's my first thread here,and this is something for my work, hope u like,waiting for your advise

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    all coundn't see? may be the promblem is the adress of pics...

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    sorry,Isn't ok now?
    and how can set the title image?~

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    You can't hotlink from the service that's hosting the images. Use the attachment feature (the icon that looks like a paper clip).


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    thanks elwell`~-~ is it ok now?`

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    Yes, we can see everything now.


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    I like all of them. Great work!

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    They're beautiful, but kind of big for displaying on a monitor.

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    yes,too big, ,,Forgive me first thread,i'll turn them to small tonight
    thank u `

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    hahahahaha,i dominate it in the end~
    u can see them now

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    oh...I see only red crosses!!!! :-(

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    oh no....
    all of u the same?

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    No I can see it all just fine, some really great characters and architecture is what I see. =)

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    Great stuff man, nice environments

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    good stuff here ! 5 stars from me

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    I love your armors. Very inspirational

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    First thread you say? Well, do post more. These are great. Allthough they might be a tad over-the-top-fantasy for me, the armours at the top are the best metal work I have seen in a long time. Really truely amazing rendering. Your palette is excuisite.

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    Thanks to everyone very much,if u love my work like this,i'll go down on this way.Creative is my most precious.i'll draw more original pics than these.

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    Thanks for the re-size. Again, absolutely beautiful work!

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    Oh yes this is cracking good stuff! Love the atmospheres as well and the building concepts are very nice. The armour is fabulous.

    Just a couple of small things from a weapon-smiths point of view. 7th pair of images down. The one on the left. Blade is straight and the scabbard is curved? Such slightly jars for me.

    OK just a brief point about weapons. Consider the size of the weapons. Look at the physics of using a weapon. A axe is designed to cut in a heavy motion and is a smashing weapon which is the same for a mace/club. They are not designed for guarding or parrying a blow such as a sword. If the sword is too large it also effectively becomes an axe, in that the energy required to stop a swing, and so parry a cut from another weapon, becomes excessive. So this is why a great many of the swords of history are not large. They are designed to actually fight one on one with. The slimmer and more elegant the blade the more deadly. To emphasise them for your wonderful work make them highly polished which will compensate for the size issue.

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    Thank you Waipunga very much.You look really carefully,I haven't taken into consideration when designing too,These I'll add, thanks for reminding
    I like your knives,they are so cool`

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    Some really beautiful character designs, love your free loose style and the fantastic weaponry. I especially love the colours used in the 9th image down, it's almost like you changed your style there with the dream like wishy washy water colour paints, perhaps you should create more in this style? Thanks for sharing, please post more up in the future!

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    Really good work man, I like how your armor has a touch of a biomechanical aesthetic.

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    whoa! amazing dude simply amazing, so much imagination on those characters, work more on rendering some of them look muddy and not readable enough.
    The environments knocked me off my chair, beautiful angles and concepts I aboslutely love the Roman/Greek era its beautiful!
    Please post more! start a sketchbook maybe? there you can post everything

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    I don't dare to believe I was 5 star, is this really the case? Thank you very much CA and recognition, which is very important for me. It makes me more believe this route is right, I'll go toward the direction that will give you more creative work

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    Everything is from where I'm standing basicly flawless. I only have one thing to criticise, and that's the feeling of weight in your characters. They all feel very light, even being a big blob, some of them are almost standing on their toes, get them down on the ground, think about shoulders and size of the feet, and the pose of the feet.

    You're awesome, just keep that in mind.

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    Thank you very much Emilmaxen, these problems I will work on techniques and attention in the future,. here I have a lot to learn from you about Knowledge of painting,, hope everybody can give advice and support.
    I appreciate!

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    Nice chops man! Those last two are really fantastic. Love the perspective. Post more!

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    nice work dude i really like the first character sheet.really coool

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