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    Dinosaurs and other beasties

    Hey, all. This is for a personal project that may or may not amount to anything, but what are you gonna do? Hopefully, the answer will be "give you feedback on this here thread!" Hey, thanks!











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    Last edited by Auralius; December 3rd, 2012 at 10:04 AM.
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    Nice anatomy (mostly), poses, and forms. Really fun to look at. I like the creatures in the top one. The concepts seem to be telling interesting stories. Some sort of Dinotopia-ey thing?

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    sprouty - thanks for the kind words! Yeah, if Dinotopia is dinosaurs with a Jules Verne-type feel, then this is intended to be more of a fantasy spin. Any suggestions on things to improve?

    Anybody have ideas sparked that might be cool on paper? I find now that I sort of shot all my ammo in one big barrage, so to speak, so on to the next round of concepting. Feel free to share any brainstorms so I can steal them and draw them!

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    Any love? Too much too soon? Pictures too big?

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    hey maybe add texture to the beasts. it will give the idea more depth. i enjoy your pics.

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    Amargasaurus! Carnotaurus!
    Loooove them.

    Your work has a nice wispy feel to it. I think your lines would lend itself well to a soft, washy watercolor look . . .

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