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    a first sketch for Death...like 5 mins ...to say that it is "rough" would be shamelessly understated but I wanted to share it nevertheless ^^
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    WOW~! Everyone's is looking amazing! It's awesome and very inspiring to see everyone's interpretations ; u ; Looking forward to the final versions! Good luck and Happy Holidays everyone!!!
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    Partisan- really nice king of kings. love the heads on both. the horses rear seems to be stretched too much horizontally. Also, the shadow of the cloth on the mans face falls in such a way that it gives the impression he doesn't have a jaw. Which he may not but I thought I'd point that out.

    ArtByManon- famine = super scary! I love the sickly dripping hair on the horse, and the scale is really nicely designed. The front part of the horse seems larger than the rear, and the head looks elongated at the jaw line. Near the lower rear of the head, horses have very rounded jaws. Great pose and concept!
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    I thought of that too but its painted over an actual foto of a horse so its the horse that looks funny ^^, concerning the shadow you are right, I`ll try to paint it another way and see how it looks
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    [IMG]<a href="http://s196.photobucket.com/albums/aa205/RomeDog_2007/?action=view&amp;current=deathConcept2.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="http://i196.photobucket.com/albums/aa205/RomeDog_2007/deathConcept2.jpg" border="0" alt="Photobucket"></a>[/IMG]
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    ChoW#227 :: Xmas 3week Special : 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse
    lemme try that again...lol
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    A rough start to my very first CHOW. Have always wanted to tackle the horsemen. Im starting with Conquest.

    ChoW#227 :: Xmas 3week Special : 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse
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    Getting reference and stuff...I gotta tell you...Horses are F''ckin scary D:...
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    This should be an interesting round.

    Thought I'd try a different setting so I'm going for a western theme, inspired by films like Pale Rider and High Plains Drifter. Here's a rough sketch to work out the composition.


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    IDP- Ah ha! I really love your idea. Death as hanging forever is great. can't wait to see more. esp how you light this puppy. nice lines though.
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    @IDP: Ahhh~ your horses look amazing ; A ; And I really like your idea of making this a western theme, I think it's quite unique and I cannot wait to see the finished version. Good luck~!
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    started working on one. i want to do all 4 lol
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    the thing is, people will most likely vote for the more traditional concepts again. and as much as i like using chow for producing portfolio pieces, when the general public isn't interested in them, what's the use of producing said portfolio pieces specifically for this challenge?

    the second thing is that i'm not really feeling the characters with my own concept. i'd love to come up with something spelling "all-impending doom", but parsakoira's already perfectly captured that, and i can't come up with anything really better. i feel like it's quite the uphill struggle to be original without falling into clichés, but at the same time to capture the voters' attention and preference. most seem to prefer cliché.
    or maybe i'm just overthinking things. anyway, i don't have the desire to create currently.
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