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    Pixeltuner: Allready looking like a winner. I love the tiny monster twist.

    Rubajz: I like the concept, Especially the sock banners.

    Here is my monster. He has a medical condition with his teeth, hence the drooling. So if you hear disturbing slurping sounds from under the bed: Don't put your feet out
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    just throwing in a sketch, fun topic and cool pics so far
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    Some interesting interpretations of the theme. I like how different everyones monsters are.

    Tamarin: Spiderpets are the best. The character looks deceptively friendly except for the teeth. What about posing him a little more dramatically? Hunched over or talking to his spider?

    mythril_golem: You got some nice texture work going there. I like it.

    Small update from me. Just some front and side-view sketches. The feet are turned at that odd angle because the character uses his feet on the bottom of the bed instead of the floor to move around.
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    Here is my latest. Football Sock Monster
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    Rist: Looks cool with the knitted texture. is that going to be a mane on his back?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Obstfelder View Post
    Rist: Looks cool with the knitted texture. is that going to be a mane on his back?
    Its more like fraying thats been going on.

    I'm just wondering if the blurred effect is a looking good or bad? Any pointers?

    I'm also looking to add some extras so it becomes more of a character.
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    I think the bluring is going to work well for the background. It will help the character look the right size. But maybe not blur the character itself so much? Paint the character sharp and add the bluring effect last is what I usually do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Obstfelder View Post
    I think the bluring is going to work well for the background. It will help the character look the right size. But maybe not blur the character itself so much? Paint the character sharp and add the bluring effect last is what I usually do.
    I think i like the blur on the creature. With enough retouching it could look like smelly heat shimmers lol
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    Have to jump in on this one!
    As a kid I always wished I would have something living under my bed lol, the thought of some fun critter fascinated me.
    So this critter would be more from my childhood and somewhat now since the things under my bed havent changed much haha
    I usually have drawing supplies under my bed, as a kid lots of crayons I even had a giant glowing crayon nightlight next to my bed
    trading cards, sneakers, colorful striped socks.
    So with all that here's my WIP for Garf!
    ChoW#287 :: The Thing Under The Bed

    He shows up every night, Little Monsters style haha. He's so big the bed would rest on the center of his belly.
    I'm thinking he grows his mane in for the winter when its cold, and sheds it for the summer
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    first wip just trying some really crazy things hehe
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    ChoW#287 :: The Thing Under The Bed

    He is a hunter gatherer who subsists on the unique ecosystem found under the bed. Habitat is destroyed once a year in the human ritual of spring cleaning. It is best for him to find an under bed environment supported by friendly non-cleaning humans.

    He also discovered theory of relativity.
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    First time posting. I've been lurking for a while so here goes.
    ChoW#287 :: The Thing Under The Bed
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