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    Sting - for animated story

    Here is the main villan of the animated interactive flash based graphic novel Im creating.

    What do you guys think about the profile face anatomy? Is his head to big?
    Any other comments appreciated.

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    hm. i think hes cool. but its very dark and massive. add some lights.

    there is something wrong with the eye. put it slightly more back into the skull.i make the same mistake very often. and i wonder every time how powerfull it is.
    and look at the shoulder-and armplate construktion!.it makes a curve. i think its why the shoulderplate gets under the bicepsplate. give him more space

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    I'd give this guy more volume, or just shrink his head a bit - unless this guy is super skinny and that thick looking armor is skin tight.

    Proportions: Jerome Le Banner or Bobb Sapp.
    or Warhammer have pretty nice characters.

    All the best in your comics!

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    Use a bigger brush. Add warm highlights to the front of his suit to match his face. And I think your gray shading at the back of his head shouldn't be pure gray. Put some color there.

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