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    Character: Monster for short film

    Hey all, here's a wip sketch i'm going to paint soon. thought i'd post in here for some feedback. Fipse mentioned that the banner looks too puny/flimsy so i'm gonna change that. otherwise, it's pretty much done as far as inking goes. will update soonish maybe noonish

    Character: Monster for short film

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    great drawing
    his sword looks a bit out of perspective to me.
    and im having trouble distinguishing between the horses mouth area and the rest of the body, there seems to be no clear separation.
    other than that no crits ^^

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    I agree with zeroe, the sword does seem to twist a bit when you look at it. The tip would make you feel that your viewing the sword from the side, where as if you look near the handle its tilted toward you a bit. The horses mouth... meh no problem there to me, just seems his eyes were playing tricks on him, some color should solve that.

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    yeah, i agree with the sword bit, the horse is great, but the feet of the rider look a bit wierd:thumbsup:

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    i love it!
    finish it please.
    like now(lol)

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    Ah that rules!

    I would like to see the horns raised, and the armor full-plate metal instead: but that's just me. A monster riding a horse is just too perfect

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    Good job on the sketch. My suggestions include differentiating between the rider and the horse. As well, the little flag that is on the the monsters back kind of looks insignificant and floating. Maybe, bring the flag closer and extend the end so we can see it go behind the rider. A strap around his body may help with this illusion.

    Cheers.

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    Also, this piece will look great coloured!

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