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    Nice entries so far.
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    Update. I'll put a thing in there for size reference.
    Tuner people, not Turner.

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    Hah, PixelTuner that's sick! Will haunt someone for sure. Watch out on that deltoid to the right though, it starts too early. Makes the upper arm look bent. Could be the bicep starts too low as well.
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    PxelSlayer - you sure "Under The Bed" isn't the name of a night club and this the bouncer? hahaha, awesome stuff

    Pixeltuner - why are you doing CHOW? If thats what you have lurking under your bed you have bigger problems than deadlines


    So, I did this as a quick warm up for work, might get it done if i continue to use it as part of my warm up throughout the week. This is the prick that is OBVIOUSLY unplugging my alarm clock next to my bed. I'm feeling head #6 personally
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    According to the brief, the thing under my bed back when I was a teenager would have to have been some sort of depraved creature interested in Playboys and risque videotapes, because that was the environment under my bed back in those simple days before computers. These days it would have to be something that likes to wear winter clothes in the summer, and summer clothes in the winter.

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    haven't looked under the bed in years. whatever's under there would have gotten big.
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    Still working on this. I would like to next look at the character in more depth and also to see about fixing the value range.

    Crits are welcome.
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    Jon n: That's pretty big, you must have a high ceiling in your house
    He sort of reminds me of the grinch, only more fat.

    Rist: That sock monster should get it's own B-horror movie! I like the face and how close togheter the eyes are. I think you could add a little more of a fabric-like texture to it. It would be more humorous if it looked a bit more like a sock basically.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Obstfelder View Post
    Jon n: That's pretty big, you must have a high ceiling in your house
    He sort of reminds me of the grinch, only more fat.

    Rist: That sock monster should get it's own B-horror movie! I like the face and how close togheter the eyes are. I think you could add a little more of a fabric-like texture to it. It would be more humorous if it looked a bit more like a sock basically.
    Thanks, yeah I will do that tonight or sometime. Add some frabric haha.
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    derpderp more updatiness
    Tuner people, not Turner.

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    wow awesome Lennart

    I made a simple character sheet for my character:
    ChoW#287 :: The Thing Under The Bed

    And here is a WIP for the illustration:
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    ok I feel kinda awkward with my cuddly character between all those monsters xD
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    Hi guys, I think its time for me to try this for the first time... my idea is about King of lost things which has his treasure room under bed (safest place where i never look ). I want to create his costume with all the things you lost somewhere and never found. Here are some first sketches, and I will dive into it more tomorrow
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