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Thread: ChoW#284 :: Northern Hunter
April 9th, 2012 #14
Quick roughs. A bit inspired by Mongolian nomads. I imagine these guys would live within clans or tribes of some sort. Hrmn. It's a bit of a challenge trying to keep the wardrobe to a minimum to facilitate quick, stealthy movements, but at the same time be enough to stay warm. Maybe in this fantasy world they use some sort of streamlined thermal blubber suits haha.
Last edited by Kahel; April 9th, 2012 at 04:30 AM.
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@Kahel, i realy like the clothing and how you are showing everything separately.
@YouAreNotAlone, very good looking design but is looking too heavy and movement constrained, thus not allowing to move so quicly.
Very cool and dinamic character Parsakoira!
April 9th, 2012 #19
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April 9th, 2012 #20
The Northern Hunter is agile, and a master of stealth, but is also extremely tough, tolerating freezing conditions. A single spear is used to kill prey, a spear that will often last a hunter his entire lifetime. Nothing goes to waste, as the kill is used as a resource of food, clothing and weapon craft. Hunters of the North rely on their power and speed, and prefer to ambush prey from behind cover, slashing (instead of throwing) with their spear. Hunters may have to wait several hours before prey is in range of striking, because if a strike is mistimed it may be days before another opportunity arises.
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Gonna throw my hat in the ring too. Hope I can take this to a good level.
A problem I can see with this theme is that when people start dressing for cold weather they become more and more shapeless..have to work really hard to keep interesting shapes.
April 9th, 2012 #24
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Wery nice start.
Cool guy. He's firing he's crossbow in the run.
vibrant description. In my point of view the man is a bit of balance. I would move his upper body more above the hips.
Looks like a tuff guy
Trying some thumbs for a change.
April 9th, 2012 #26
I've gone with using Bark as a primary armour material. Not one for fighting in the open, I plan to design a hunter that stalks from the tree's.
I'll have some more sketches on who's behind the mask tomorrow once I can access my scanner.
Though she doesn't look like it in this doodle, I'm going for a female orc/human breed.
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