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    This Thread will contain my newest Finished works (or what i consider as finished based on my standards.) . Ill update it every once in a while whenever I/'m available. I highly recommend any critiques, suggestions, tips, corrections etc. as long as it's for the purpose of my improvement, (which i'll hope to see very soon...improvement, that is)

    Im quite new here in CA and i really appreciate the constructive and critical feedback i receive from the community members

    These works were done on the first half of 2011

    Im aiming for more semi-realistic/fantasy style now after shifting from the manga style which ive used for years. I also plan to learn more on western comicbook rendering.

    THANKS FOR TRHE TIME, PLEASE ENJOY!!

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    Looks cool! This one really reminds me of Link from Zelda in female and red with a bow
    Can't wait to see more of your stuff.

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    So I gather she lives in a warmer climate? I'm looking at the design of her clothes. If she gets into battle how does she aim to protect her torso and upper thighs from being hit?


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    My Current skill level

    Male Archer character concept..

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    Male Warrior character concept..

    There. More stuff next time.. Do keep those critiques, tips and suggestions coming!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by damascus57 View Post
    So I gather she lives in a warmer climate? I'm looking at the design of her clothes. If she gets into battle how does she aim to protect her torso and upper thighs from being hit?

    She does, as you can tell

    Characters like her dont get into battle. they hide in the purple otherworldly bushes near the battlefield and snipe enemies who come within firing range of their weapon ..
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    Heres some Knight concepts i made early this year. I posted originally in ther critiques forum, but i didnt receive any comments on them

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    These characters have some really goofy muscles... make sure you're looking at reference when you draw them. Same with the poses, none of these look natural.
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    The center of gravity seems a little bit off in the first one, but the coloring is very well done. They really look finished. c:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Liffey View Post
    These characters have some really goofy muscles... make sure you're looking at reference when you draw them. Same with the poses, none of these look natural.

    Thanks for pointing it out, Id have to agree they do look a bit off. Im trying to figure out how to draw natural poses, currently reading some books
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueRooster View Post
    The center of gravity seems a little bit off in the first one, but the coloring is very well done. They really look finished. c:

    On all of them i must admit.. Its something I've yet to learn... Im Glad i've at least accomplished the finished look in terms of rendering
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    Some more designs and characters...

    These were done months before reading your comments and critiques so same mistakes may be present..

    I appreciate all your feedback!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Busterismo View Post
    Thanks for pointing it out, Id have to agree they do look a bit off. Im trying to figure out how to draw natural poses, currently reading some books
    I'd recommend Vilppu.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Liffey View Post
    I'd recommend Vilppu.

    Yeah, ill look into that... A friend lent me books by Loomis and Bridgeman about figure drawing but i havent read them yet...
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