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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterTroglodyte View Post
    BRTS = Bull, Ring-Tailed Shortsnout
    Haha! Okay.

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    Thank you Marcoferringo about your advice thats absolutely correct man, but i had a very short time to do that because im studying, so dont worry i will take the advice and i will do more clean next time.

    Thank you a lot, gl everyone and gw.

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    really trying to bring it together but i dont really feel like its happening. my creature is a ringtail because of the way its tail rows into a super rare crystal used in magic amulets and rings.

    lots of great designs and pieces coming along from the community.

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    Quote Originally Posted by basti0n View Post
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    my creature is a ringtail because of the way its tail rows into a super rare crystal used in magic amulets and rings.
    Good idea! Though the point is not to write about things, but design and illustrate them. I guess it would be enough if you add to this piece a a little illustration showing how the thing works...you can't let that important aspect to the imagination of the reader...that's "your job". At this point there is not a single visual clue about a ring related to the tail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by humboldt squid View Post
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    I'm not really sure how to render the fur. All the tutorials I've read or watched are for longer, wolf-ish fur, not super short and dense fur like pugs have
    Generally speaking, you never want to draw individual hairs (maybe some groups of hair here and there for longer fur), but rather render the surface with proper values and colors using a good brush and/or clever strokes (for instance, painting with opacity/pressure and having your strokes overlap each other on the edges, which creates little lines that look like fur when you have a lot of them). Even the texture present in your pug reference pictures is optional. Focus on overall values and colors and have some short hair stick out over the lineart instead of having completely smooth edges.

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    cool round guys!

    dont have a whole lot of free time nowadays but i really want to try getting a round of cow in, miss seeing all you beautiful people.
    here's a quick sketch

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    sorry about the lack of a new round. got caught up in the election stuff and forgot.

    new round coming up shortly.

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