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    Im giving this a shot

    Yo, I was thinking about doing this illustration of this centipede robot monster trashing a city. But I thought that to get to know it more I would make a concept sheet. Ive never done this "technical drawing" style before, but I quite like it so far.
    Please tell me anything that you see is wrong with it or suggestions to make it more menacing or badass.

    I want to do some concept art for this aswell, so I would like some pointers into how this is going.

    thanks guys

    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1326649563

    This is the Value study for the scene, the centapede robot thing curls into a difensive position from incoming fire
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1326649563

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    I quite like the technical illo aesthetically...but functionally I think the legs need to be worked out more - how they move, rotate, etc.

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    it does look absolutely badass, but i agree with jeff, it seems kinda unclear how it would stand up with those legs in the first image, but apart from that, it looks really awesome

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    Thanks guys, I may give this another go and draw some different legs,

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    Try to not make the legs too sharp at the tips. As weapons that's perfect, but we have feet for a reason. I can imagine this thing trying to ravage a city and constantly getting stuck because it's feet are sinking straight into the ground.

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    I agree with the other comments, but to avoid too much echoing, I'll just quickly suggest looking at variations of actual centipedes. A google search turned up several different species with different leg structures that could be helpful. Although I'm a little creeped out to stare at the photos too long I'll just wish you luck with that.

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