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    Character Concept Crit

    Hello, thanks for checking this out. This is one of my character concepts intended for Game/ graphic novel use. Any input would be great

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    Use reference for your drawings, get a cheap wardrobe mirror and pose yourself or have friends pose. Right now the concepts are ruined from bad execution of the idea.

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    The proportions of the feet are off. They look a little small. You've also shyed away from the left hand. The chest armour disappears into a void between the rib cage and arms it would be good to see what is going on here.

    I'd push the highlights in the armour and really control the specular to make it very apparent that it's metal.

    The face is full of character and looks good you get a strong sense of who he is and your eye is constantly drawn back to those eyes. The hair is also flowing nicely.

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