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    The Man with the Fancy Glasses

    A character I've been developing gradually for the past year,between work.
    Its slowly evolving into something I kind of like.

    I hope to continue adding to the design and build a story around him as I progress.

    This is the first one in the series

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    Further tweaks to the glasses and armor.Still retained the flowing coat,because I love drawing high contrast shadows.

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    The latest iteration.The armor is tweaked a lot.He needs a better belt I still feel.Will do a better design on the next one.More or less satisfied now with how the head looks.Drawing the damage was fun though..

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    These are all really awesome! Great color choices and compositions. Whatever this is for, I'd buy it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Dillon View Post
    These are all really awesome! Great color choices and compositions. Whatever this is for, I'd buy it!
    Thanks so much Ray!As of now this is just a fun little project on the side.

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    reminds me of blade !! would look great on a wall as a poster

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    Quote Originally Posted by mehran View Post
    reminds me of blade !! would look great on a wall as a poster
    Thanks!I hope I can take this that far.

    Here is the next in the series.Given him someone to tangle with.

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    Liking the idea and the paintings a whole lot.
    But never explain why he wears those fancy galsses! - The mystery of them is the whole point I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Bennett View Post
    Liking the idea and the paintings a whole lot.
    But never explain why he wears those fancy galsses! - The mystery of them is the whole point I think.
    Thanks so much Chris!The glasses are a mystery to me too.

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    Neeraj, that second one is ridiculous! Amazing work all around, you know I love your stuff.

    5 stars from me brother, post more.

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    It's like blade meets lobster johnson.
    Me like.

    Cheers.

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    Thanks guys!I'll keep updating as often as I can.

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    Great thread, but I must confess I think his costume design devolved from the first ( and best) iteration. I loved the glasses in the first and the shape of the elbow pads was right, both of those things were a bit worse in the second attempt. The third piece ditched the shoulder and elbow pads altogether and made the glasses much smaller on his face. To me, the first design was perfect! I love how you handled the coat in both the first and second one.

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