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    Great work, especially the last few. On the 12th image though, the first one thats attached, how did you get your leather texture on the boots and leggings? it looks so good!

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    I wasn't quite on board until Cammy hit the scene. And damn, now I'm a fan

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    Thanks gents. As for the leather... As lame as it sounds its an actual leather texture applied in overlay over the image. It worked fairly well though...
    In my heist to show off I attached the wrong image for Fei Long. Here is the good one, withe the some minor tweaks :



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    Some details on the "Red Rider" image:



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    Oh wow man!! The characters are absolutely top notch! Love the Red Rider one, that is fantastic. And the last dragon/gargoyle is very cool too. Looks almost like a watercolor underpainting with digital rendering on top.

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    Great work man!!!Absolutely incredible detail on the female character at the end

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    Red Rider image is kind of awesome... some details you have got there
    keep it up man!

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    great work!!!!

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    i dig the cammy and fei long paintings..! awesome

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    holy fucking tits

    how many years of experience that allow you to draw this epic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nonameowns View Post
    holy fucking tits

    how many years of experience that allow you to draw this epic?
    LOL! Thanks . I've been drawing since I was a little kid. And work in the game industry since 1998. Mind you I was doing 3d character modeling before with some concept work on and off, but I stopped that and switched to full 2d and now I am doing concept work on the next "Thief".

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    I like the last piece you posted

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    I looooove the red rider image! It's my favorite. Love your work.

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    beautiful work! i love the textures on the russian girl. keep sharing!

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    Nice texture work and posing. I'm loving the Street Fighter fan art.

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    great lookin' stuff - but that fortune teller is one creepy lookin' woman. It's someone like that who I'd be like "I really DON'T wanna hear what you have to say!"

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    Ouff... did this for a small contest. Don't know I will win but it did get me tired.

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    The Soviet officer girl is amazing. You could certainly argue that the glossy pop-out highlights are overdone, but it's still working for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Overworlder View Post
    The Soviet officer girl is amazing. You could certainly argue that the glossy pop-out highlights are overdone, but it's still working for me.
    At the time it seemed like ok. Now that you mentioned it I am not so sure anymore...

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    Great work! Small critique of something that caught my eye. There is something that seems off to me in the waitress drawing (girl in the blue mini skirt). I can't quite pinpoint it, but something about her neck/head area seems off, perhaps the way those pieces are angled.

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    Nice works! Great textures and expressions all around! You retain a lot of energy in your more polished pieces too!

    Please Sir, I'd like some more.

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    Red rider is awesome.

    I also like the light touch of white chin and lip hair on the fortune teller.

    I think the chin hair really sell the story or character of the fortune teller, like perhaps she lives in a time in history were people are poor, miserable and old women dont care about their looks.

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    Just simply Awe Inspiring! My goal is to reach these standards one day! ill be coming back again and again to study your images!

    Such stunning atmosphere! any tips?

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    Great updates! I like the strength of the attitude and personality that comes through on these last two pieces

    Please Sir, I'd like some more.

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