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    my sad effort to date lol

    @vandalfish - saw that last one in one of my imaginefx mags.. awesome stuff
    @Sakuranym - love the pigs hahah

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    And another one.

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    Tuner people, not Turner.

    A mind that wanders so much, it brings back souvenirs.

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    Erzulie!

    PatchworkWolf- Wow! That's awesome

    b-dawg- Although Haitians and voodoo practitioners of the American South view Erzulie Freda as a light skinned woman (often described as "mulatto', half black half Caucasian) , this goddess has changed over time in accordance to the beauty standards of those who worship her. In addition to that, she essentially evolved from African goddesses who were later represented using images of Catholic saints by slaves attempting to conceal their true religious practices. So, I don't really see any problem with depicting her has a dark-skinned woman. If I participate in this challenge, I may decide to go that route myself.

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    Pixeltuner I really like the direction this one is going

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    @pixeltuner, i see you are doing almost every chow, and that's good, but one thing i have noticed, is that all of you yours characters looks the same, their faces, built, poses, etc.
    Try something new, fresh, push your self a little bit. Get out of comfort zone.

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    Erzulie Dantor

    Nice starts so far, everyone.

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    First time poster & participant, hopefully I did everything right. My art's been stagnating for the last few years so hopefully this can help me challenge myself and improve. I'm feeling a little out of my league though, everyone's look so expertly done. Can't wait to see more!

    Anyway here's my sketch of Erzulie Freda. I was aiming for sad and possibly spoiled/haughty, girly & feminine/curvy while still retaining a fairly stereotypical voodoo flavor. Not sure if I want to keep the purple hair or not. Critique is welcome and appreciated.

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    Erzulie Mansur... maternal made me think of pregnancy, so this is my attempt.

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    Was at school... couldnt stop thinking about this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MatejaPetkovic View Post
    @pixeltuner, i see you are doing almost every chow, and that's good, but one thing i have noticed, is that all of you yours characters looks the same, their faces, built, poses, etc.
    Try something new, fresh, push your self a little bit. Get out of comfort zone.

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    I wish I had a comfort zone to fall back on :p And haven't you seen my last chow?

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    @Pixeltuner, yep i did, well it is same build i must say(short legs and bigger hips), and pose is kinda stiff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MatejaPetkovic View Post
    @Pixeltuner, yep i did, well it is same build i must say(short legs and bigger hips), and pose is kinda stiff.

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    No I meant the Prophet one? I thought that was a bit different, but maybe I'm not objective enough hehe. Anyway, I do have a certain way of composing my characters but that's more taste then comfortzone I guess. Maybe I should do a very toony one for a change. I used to do a lot of vector toon characters back in the day so that might be a good mix-up.

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    Haven't posted in a while, wanted to give this chow a go but the more i try coming up with a design the more i get confused about the style and lore of this goddess :l
    So well, pretty lame wip

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