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    Thanks all. Yea both legs were off for sure. It was just quickly sketched in. I cant find a good ref for the life of me though... But I will certainly try to fix the foreshortened one best I can.


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    Some things I liked about the pieces;
    Hemlock..I like the moth wings so far
    Pixel..your always has polish and is super clean lets see more
    Naidy..Im diggin the right hand it looks appealing and the rest looks cool too
    Pasakoira...Natural and beliveable...nice
    Jan Jager...hats off to your imagination
    Agent melon...the trojan horse Idea is super cool
    havok....I like when characters tell a story nice work
    Count Blackula..hell yeah the doorman needs to be there
    Nila Van wolf...initail work looks cool please finish
    Spastic potato...original/sweet
    Rayna...the owl mask is on point
    Dryleg...orc with feathers/cool concept
    Cumquat...my favorite ..i dont know it just looks killer
    Barefoot...Great idea and you captured that drunk goofy grin
    Obs..Your stuff is always good...push yourself anyway
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    they never have cyclops sized drinks at these things...

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    So I figured I'd give this challenge a go!
    You can't have a bunch of fae without the great mythical and magical corgis! haha
    Was looking at my own pup after reading this and remembered how corgis fall into fae lore so I figured why not incorporate a dapper little fae corgi
    he's much older than he looks, but he's just so cute people can't help but want to snuggle him haha
    also working on a mask now, only thing I have down is a Zorro/bandito style mask, gonna play with more italian styles to see how it looks and do some sprucing up to his doublet

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    Ah agent. a very funny concept youve come up with. and a fun choice of reference with the roses. Gotta try refs more.
    Obst. Really dig you painting style.

    I'd really like to sit down and try to crit all you guys stuff but I'm too tired to commit right now.
    Challenged myself to bring chow from concept to finish in one day. At least i got it within a 10h span, which is an improvement by my standards.

    my own thoughts so far. The face is a bit underdeveloped and could use some more personality.
    The costume could have more detail. Some ornament on the chest maybe.

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    Hey everyone, This is my second CHOW, pretty fun idea this week and since I don't spend enough time working on my designs I figure I should join in here more! awesome imaginations on everyone and a lot of cool ideas. I went with a goblin and decided to try to make him upper class and snobby. It was pretty fun. I'd like to say "here's what I've got so far" but I got a bit carried away and before I knew it I had him pretty much finished ah well here it is as well as some process stages

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    Thx for the love. I did a recrop, resize, repaint, detailpass, lighting thing, whatever and gave her a proper glass Almost there ^_^
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    hemlock-key - Thank you so much for pointing that out! I did my best to fix it
    Naidy - Super helpful and factored it in to the changes I made tonight, thank you so much! I was going for a sort of cunning smile haha
    PITCHBLACK - the mask is the only part coming out right! haha.
    TheLuvableNerd - SO CUTE! His little toes... d'aww.
    Pixeltuner - As always admiring your work :3

    Fixed the stance and shortened legs, shortened neck, changed things a little and started working in detail. Still a lot of work to do but thanks to you guys it's coming along

    (Now to work in some more elf-like details so he doesn't look like a pirate!)

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    very cool work so far everyone!

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    Fancy mindflayers love big parties. So many brains!

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    Morning of feet studies and I think perhaps I'm getting there?

    Dryleg: Ah thank you! I've had another fiddle with the feet, with a page of foot studies next to me. Think it helped! I think you're right about the pants. I'm going to be adding some more shading to them next. Yours seems to be going well, I like the contrast in the outfit.

    Agent Melon: Cheers, mate! I'm liking how your's is going.

    Obstfelder: Ah, I didn't notice at all till you said that! It might not be too obvious but I had another mess about. Changed the disc colours too. Hope it's looking better. Nice ideas on your side too. Think the beefcake's my favourite. ;P

    Pitchblack: Cheers, mate.

    Prepsage: Your one made me laugh. Almost feel he could do with a few more scruffy, or ill-kept items he'd have for these sorts of occaisions. He almost looks like a buisness man as he is. Maybe a vest or jacket? It's looking good though.

    Alex: Really quirky one, that. I like it! No crits, I'm afraid.

    Pixeltuner: Hey heyy. Sexy and refined. I like it! Lovely details on the frabic too. I think I've been staring at it a while. Good stuff!

    Rayna: Ey, Looking better already! The overall pose looks much better now! The legs may want another look at though. I feel the structure might be a bit off. Other than that, it's looking good.

    Howie: Ooooh. Your sketches have got me kind of excited. They all look pretty good! Be nice how to see how they pan out, good luck!

    Buttermonster: Ahaha, Looks like the starting for a nice fun design. The curvyness of it looks real nice. I like the linework too.
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    i thank you all for the feedback and nice words! heres my latest update, resized the head! She is getting drunk
    ChOW#295 :: Fantasy Masquerade

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    A lot of good stuff happening in here guys!! Particularily liking Parsa's, Pixel's, Prepsage's, and Agent Melon's!
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    Parsakoira: Really coming together! But the head is still a tad too big. I hope you don't mind, but I did a side by side comparison. If someone has a second opinion for this, do share! Maybe im just seeing things, who knows. Its really borderline.

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    Hi, guys! Some nice work I see here.
    I bit late start for me but here is a sketch of an orkish female. She really don't like the masquarade, but the king and the queen demanded her presence.
    ChOW#295 :: Fantasy Masquerade

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