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    Red Gothic

    hi everyone

    here is a new little personal illustration i did. not much of an idea behind it, i started out with random shapes and eventually took something to finish

    hope you enjoy!

    Red Gothic

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    Much like!

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    That is great, I love how you handled the metals here

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    Nice color, nice strokes.


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    The cloth folds and metal belt are very nicely done.

    my sketches here... http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=92997

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    Looks good! I like the warm and cool contrasts of your colors and the way you handled the different materials.

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    sweet !

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    The great way you've treated the metals here is really effortless and effective and the lighting is so soft and subtle. Really like this.

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    Love it! The perspective and posing is executed very nicely, and there are some subtle details that make this piece very appealing.

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