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    Hi guys, this will be my second thread - the first being on the Critique forum.

    I'm an amateur artist looking to make a career for myself. My primary goal is to work in the Video Game industry, but the over-arching goal is just to make a living to do what I love!

    With that out of the way, here is some of my work. It's going to be almost entirely digital, as that's the media I want to master (first!).

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    The Mad Monk - From the Batman Universe
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    Baymax - From Big Hero 6
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    Mermaid Man - From Spongebob Squarepants
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    4 Playable Characters from the Video Game Plants vs. Zombies 2
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    Concept Piece influenced by Outlaw Star
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    A Gorilla!
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    A Tiger!

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    Hi guys,

    I've been studying the skeleton and muscle attachment points over the last month. I've started to draw people (from photos or other pieces of art) and putting skeletons on them as accurately as possible.

    My scanner is out of action so I've had to use my phone so I apologise for the quality. I know the pelvis is a little small but are the radius and ulna in the correct positions relative to the position of the arm/hand? Thank you.

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