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Thread: Character Concepts

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    inspiring! #2 especially...

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    That last character is gorgeous, elegant work!
    Not overworked at all. Thx for posting!
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    Hey d00ds, thanks for the compliments! As I mentioned numerous times, they really give me a big lift when the going gets tough.

    Beelow - Yeah, it was interesting to switch to Photoshop and see if I could get the same look. It wasn't too hard with custom brushes. Main differences I noticed are that Painter gives you a smoother line that almost feels like butter when you're applying it, but Photoshop has a better/smoother airbrush and more flexibility in their engine.

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    as a design and illustration, this completely blew my mind, but as soon as i thought of how to model it, i have no idea how to since there are so many shapes that are impossible to make in 3d, other than that, great design!

    Do a good deed, help me develop as an artist, give me a backbreaking crit in my sketchbook!
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    really nice technique you got there. Everything looks super confident and slick.

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    Really liking the bruteness of that last one. Great confidence in your strokes

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    Thank you very much, fellas.

    Joachim, Bel696: You guys have some really great work.

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    Very original paint, nice

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    Highly developed technology - not distinctive from magic...
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