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  1. #91
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    i love your pixel art. damn


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    Thanks aks9.
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    Ah, that new page smell.

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    Some sketches
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    Haven't felt like drawing at all lately.
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    Pass the Rum, Lad
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    Better poost stuff.
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    Pass the Rum, Lad
    Pass the Rum, Lad

    And this was done as requested by a buddy
    Pass the Rum, Lad
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    An armor design idea
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    Pass the Rum, Lad
    Pass the Rum, Lad
    Pass the Rum, Lad
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    Oh my goodness dude I absolutely love your linework!
    I swear one day I'll be good. I swear one day I will be proud of my work. When that day comes, I'll need to kick my ass and try harder.

    [Sketchbook]

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    Great linework man, you've got a really classic style.
    One thing i've noticed in a few of your characters is short arms.
    It's only a slight thing, but definitely worth checking out.

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    @Jacky Boy: Thanks a ton, I will definitely keep that in mind for future characters.
    @StressCavity: Delighted to hear, thank you.

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    And because my last update got deleted here it is again:
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    Battle of Sedgemoor, 1685
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    Wicked drawings, there's a lot of life in all of this. Your faces especially are really vibrant

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    Its kind of hard to critique your work since its somewhat stylized
    but on average the proportions of the face are a little off.
    The face is too small for the skull and the forehead is too long.
    With the values you are a little extreme and go too dark too quickly.
    Try to be more consistent with contrast and remember that the background has less contrast
    than the foreground

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    I wanted to say that I really enjoy your style, your pixel art in particular. Great colours and shading, I really love pixel art but never got anywhere near your level haha. Very refined stuff. Pretty cool subject matter too, it all seems connected. You know what you like.
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    -Walter Crane, 'Line & Form'

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    Thanks for commenting fellas, Thank you, Xelar, for the much need critique. After you pointed out the forehead issue it really seems obvious now. I try to avoid stylizing my work.

    It's been far too long since my last post, but I have been busy, somewhat. Lost my internet too.
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    Hey Xamllew awesome last update, I love the colours in the forest pic, and the shading on those pikemen is real nice. Is that all done digitally or do you sketch these out first?

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    Thanks again Jacky Boy, it's all been digital as of late.

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    Lost internet for a couple months.
    Here's some more new stuff.
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