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    wow; the level of detail is amazing, even somewhat overwhelming:confused:
    i think they look good but a bit confusing due to too much detail (esp. the first one), after you color and render them they will be GREAT!!:chug:

    one more thing about the overall design; the glasses of the first gut just doesn't fit with the outfit...

    keep up, it'd be great to see these colored:chug:

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    Very nice work on these pieces. My only critique would be to ditch that thick outline you are doing. It's killing your pieces making them look all flat, especially on the first one with the cape with the thick line which makes it compete with the hanging spinal bones on the rope. They should stand out in the front but they fall back with that thick line in the cape behind them.

    You should use the thicker lines for frontal objects and thinner for the back and try to vary your line weights in the figure to show a bit of a lightsource. The underside of an arm for example, would have a thicker line than the top of the arm which is getting hit by the light. It would add more dimension to your figures and make it a lot stronger IMO.

    Anyway, hope that makes sense, and I know these are just sketches, but it's simple stuff that would make your already amazing art just really outstanding!

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