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    Goldmane, The untamed Warrior (concept)

    Hi again guys, I've been practicing my art and design this heroe ( I also did the soty of him ), and well I wanted to show you guys and see what you think.

    Thanks in advance, I accept any critiques .

    A hug from Argentina.

    Rodrigo Martin

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    Man you are so unsure... You're far from being able to do a design properly right now cause i can clearly see you're not working with shapes and forms and you're not able to see and draw things in 3 dimensions.

    I guess you have to study a lot silhouettes, 3d drawing and design first but if you want to show your work be sure to polish it, all those lines you made for defining the shape of your character are disturbing the design itself cause they are nervous strokes and obviously when we see this thing like this we are subject to this factor.

    Here is how you do it, if there's something else i can do for helping you let me know

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    show us some revisions, ... you can actually search for references on the net since this kind of character (human with lion head) is almost been used over and over ...

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    Great feedback from Hitsu//San. It looks as if you've created the head as a three dimensional object, but failed to do so with the rest of the object.

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