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    TMNT Concept

    This is a concept I had for redesigning the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. I wanted to make it look like something that actually crawled out of the sewers. I got rid of the bright masks and elbow pads and used stuff you would actually find in the sewer.

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    Funky!

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    thats just awsome
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    Thanks! I am working on Leonardo right now. I should have him posted in the next few days.
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    I like your work.
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    Thanks for the input everyone. I am thinking about going sewer sumo with michaelangelo. Let me know what you think.
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    Wow. I loved TMNT as a kid, and this is a great representation.
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    love the tire-kneepads!
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    This is a real nice design and a solid drawing. The tire kneepads are a nice touch. But I think your piece loses some impact because you haven't separated the lights and darks in temperature. It looks like your lights are cool and so your shadows should be warmer. Otherwise great piece.
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    Thanks for the feedback Colin. I will definitely keep that in mind with the next one.
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    i like the drawing, it is a nice monster. But i think you completely destroyed this tutle. I think they are very difficult to redesign. here is a kind of character that was formed by the original comics and used in te animations. First they are ninjas and second they are good. That means they are no monsters, they are friendly, they are cool. This one don't even look any more like a turtle. He is too heavy to do ninjatricks. He looks evil. His weapons are not the classic ninjaknifes. You can't even see his face, so he makes you afraid of him.
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    Nice! I like the redesign. I think Colin Boyer made a good call about the lights and darks, but otherwise great!

    I remember a friend of mine had a turtles calender with differnet versions of the character and my favorite was one where they looked very much like real turtles it was creepy and weird and wonderful.

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    Wow! Very interesting! I will waiting for update!
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