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    urban samurai

    a concept urban samurai done in vector.

    urban samurai

    After all, dog is a dog. A duck is a duck. But a cat is a person.
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    IMHO the legs are way too short and the feet are big. Except if it is done so on purpose.
    Nice one.

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    At first I thought he was smiling . His legs seems to be to short. If I'm not mistaken the upper part of the leg should be roughly equivalent to your torso in length (or something like it, if you put your knee under chin it will come up to about collarbone height.) His eyes looks a little to far apart to... I'm starting to sound like a whiner, but other than that it looks good, very clean and I like it.

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    yah...i kinda notice theres a flaw in the legs

    After all, dog is a dog. A duck is a duck. But a cat is a person.
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    Hmm I sorta think the short legs are appropriate for an urban character. Its like he's wearing his shorts lower instead of him having short legs....

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    I'm assuming the distorted or caricatured anatomy is intentional. My only crit is his left hand (our right) seems to have some drawing problems.

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    Well it is cool and what not, but I think if you made him look more samuria-ish, and less urban punk.... now i dont mean lose the feel no no just like make the armor either more or less techno-ish (your choice)




    -flea

    P.S. that was just my opinion.

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    Very well presented. I think that the short legs add to the urbanness and you should leave the armour as it is.

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