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June 21st, 2014 #1
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I like what you have started, but the worgen looks like its not paying any attention to the troll as if he is going to run past him. I would maybe turn his head towards the troll. Also his hands and arms could use a wee bit of repositioning,I would bring the left hand down some more. Swordsmen typically held one hand just below the cross guard and the second closer to the pummel. That is my two cents anyway.
June 22nd, 2014 #3
Thank you for your reply. You probably right about the hand, i will improve that next time!
New version with some change.
I'm still searching for improving the depth, maybe some kind of battleground with rocks, corpse, etc... dunno.
I'm trying to have a "balance of power" between the two character. You cant really say who will win at the end, it's the middle of an epic duel, two powerful character all in muscles and rage, you just know for sure there will be blood. It's the eternal battle between the horde and the alliance.
Next changes will be:
- Better detph by defining the ground, like the middle of a giant battle ground... or something else.
- Reworking the shoulder armor of the worgen
- Troll position & face can be better
- Worgen's sword can be more epic probably
If you see something else, let me know
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June 23rd, 2014 #4
Well I was going to say something about how the two swords didn't look like they were connecting, but looking at the new and improved version, you've already fixed that issue. And the changes in the foreground do help to make the (left hand) characters pose way more dynamic.
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