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    DSG 1729: Troll!

    Internet or real one?

    Troll!


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    anticipating a catch real soon.

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    That expression is priceless fireblade

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    Great sassy troll you've got there Fong! I like the square shapes that are all over this sketch. Unique design yet got all the troll elements dealt with.

    Haha has he got a big enough bait though Lech? Great troll embodiment of an internet troll with a clever way for the action to be shown. It's great to see you uploading again Such juicy shapes and weight. Something Mr. Jack over your strokes.

    This troll is inspired by my country's old folk-lore version of trolls (usually old women) who were living out in the woods and caught young boys walking too far in. Also hugely influenced by the illustrator John Bauer who's the artist of nordic trolls and who I admired as a kid/adult.

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    Also I tried out 2 new brushes from a pack that I bought from Kyle T Webster. They're all dry media and amazing. I had fun experimenting with them and will definitely refine my way of using them as the DSG's go on! Here's a link to the brushes if you're interested: https://gumroad.com/l/CeAJC

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    Lol, Fireblade, what's been said... absolutely brilliant expression. xD I know I've taken that bait a few times. Hahah

    Nemo, great use of black; I love how you managed to give it depth using barely three shades of gray. Great job.

    Minifong, your troll looks like he's about to be interviewed in some talk show. Hahah Kinda nervous about it. Very nice

    Mine is a recurring image from days past... I can't quite get over it.
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    Ran out of time on this one so blagged the hell out of it at the end. -_-

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    Minifong: Love those ears and feet.
    Fireblade: Very fun. Great expression on the face.
    Nemodab: Very lonesome vibe going on.
    GoodSoup: Nice colourful lighting.

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    A Troll with a hairy ballsack is enough to scare anyone off.

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    thanks for the feedback guys! absolute noted!
    I've refined my troll and here he is. Hahaha. he looks satisfied!

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    munin! your troll looks amazing and professional!

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    Hehe... I'm very pleased you decided to work this one up, Minifong. So many pleasing elements to enjoy. Great job!

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