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    Swelling man WIP

    Hi guys,
    this is a a monster concept I'm working on since I've got troubles with putting down colors.
    I think it's a little bit inconsistent but can't find out why.
    Can you suggest me stuff to improve it?


    Thaaanks!

    P.S. I can't upload a good quality version because of the size of the image so this is a shared link to the good quality image: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B81m...9wN3l4azQ/edit

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    I went on with that: http://trez.altervista.org/digitalpa...-colors_03.jpg
    There are some improvements, but there's still something I can't catch.

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    He's a fatso, but we can see his ribs? And his well-defined clavicles/trapezius muscles?

    You might also consider his stance. Why is he standing up straight like a soldier? He's a fat ugly monster, it seems like he should teeter or look menacing. Right now he looks at-attention or like a really bored wallflower. I like the concept though, fat blobby monsters are always cool. =)


    EDIT: Judging by his nice skirty thing and that white dangling fabric(?) at his side, I guess he might not be a "monster" per se. Perhaps we just need to know more about him to justify his stance. For all I know, he could be a high ranking official in the swelling man military!

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