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    Talking Armyllian Creature Design

    Hey guys! Just finished getting this turnaround completed. The portrait is a little older, but not by much. Let me know what you think. Thanks!

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    Is that top one pencil? It's beautiful the technique you use to convey 3D shape with light and shadow.

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    Thank you! And yes, it's pencil.

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    Stunning turn around, and flawless physique ( The body frame looks airtight and probably wouldn't have any hang ups with walking and what not.) really excellent job!

    I think what I would like to see most is just some colour ups of different skin markings and what not. I'm really curious to see how such an interesting creature would look coloured.

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    Thanks Ikage

    I was thinking about doing some material call-outs, if not a full-on color rendering of the creature. It's based on an armadillo, and I was imagining that the armored parts would be made from a tough but flexible material, like an armadillo's armor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fireflights View Post
    Thanks Ikage

    I was thinking about doing some material call-outs, if not a full-on color rendering of the creature. It's based on an armadillo, and I was imagining that the armored parts would be made from a tough but flexible material, like an armadillo's armor.
    Oh wow!! That would be exciting to see rendered up, I can't wait. Awesome choice of animal to base it on!

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    You did a great job conceptualizing and rendering that head/bust. Nice!

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    I think you did a great job with the overall design and the face details are really cool. Good job!

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