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    DSG 2652: Hags, Witches, and Steaming Cauldrons

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    Here's some hag studies.....
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    @Lege - Awesome, I especially like the one to the left, getting ready for Halloween eh?

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    Nice studies Lege just wondering about is there second image that supposed be there because of "Attachment 2294206"

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    Vulgar: It would actually be hilarious to dress up as a hag, a drunken one at that,lol. Thanks man!

    Stonec: I posted twice on accident and deleted the one but I guess there was in error in the text. Thanks much on the good words man!

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    I haven't gotten a haircut in awhile, I look like I have a witch hairdo goin! and any time
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    Vulgar': I just shave my head every other day.....God took my hair away at 27,lol.

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    lol I'm next. I just turned 28. My hairline is hanging in there. Just barely.
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    Trixtar: Of course, I tagged Vulgar on the my reponse to your comment....wee morning shenanigans,lol.....

    Vulgar: It's not bad being bald just FYI, so much easier in my opinion. Most people look fine with a bald head, you save money not having to go to the barber or but really anything for your head except razors and lotion, and then you are prepared well for any type of combat situations, along with not having to ever worry about getting head lice. Lots of perks of being bald =) My best advice is don't hang on to what's there, just let that shyt go man.

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    @Lege - lols, eh if you go as a with/hag for halloween, pls post a photo

    I like the new witch, she has an exciting expression when it at the same time looks like she's staring at something in the distance

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    Trixtar: HAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAH! The biggest, baddest hag I'll be, lmao! Thank you, that witch piece was pure experimental....gonna go post in the new COW now =)

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    I think I like this thread,lol........
    Here's one of the hags painted out.......
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    Lege you are in fire here For green skin take a look
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    Stonec: Thank you and just trying to push forward as much and time, money, and energy will allow. I appreciate the references of the green skin and have the one of the Wicked Witch of the West saved and archived somewhere in one of my inspiration folders. My images are simply letting loose and having fun rendering from imagination which I feel is important to do from time to time. You should consider conjuring a work of your own here, these are very cool topics indeed.

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    @Lege: Yea its crazy how loose Manchess is and I believe that its comes over time, by slowing down and from mileage. Having fun is really important, and is it what DSG is all about, as there is no real specs, like you have in other activities, but maybe I should participate here more

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    Stonec: Hell yeah man! Let's party! I'm checking out the Garden Maiden new thread thing that just went up here in DSG......

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    Lege: Joining the party
    These were lot of fun
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    Stonec: Nice man! I especially like that bottom right one. Weird and creepy just like a hag should be,lol. Awesome sauce! See you in the One Eyed Battle Snail, a topic I suggested and Vulgar actually took me up on =)

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    Decided to push these with digital, as I feel like I need to do slow ones as well quick, here is progress:
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    Stonec: real nice man, I like the lighting and soft color palette. Are you going to include some darker values to add more drama to the contrast situation?

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    Lege: Ty. I could try that

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    It's Baba Yaga. At least I hope so...

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    A little color variation.......
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    @lege: I think you have some structural issues which you should fix soon as possible if you are gonna go forward, so couple of head studies won't hurt, I think proko has basic Loomis construction, as well structure videos in he's youtube channel
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    havent done anything in years. Nice to see some ppl are still busy. I liked this topic. gotta stop now
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    A tutor once said to me: "Let your mind go!" and it didn´t come back.

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