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    SkyTemple with two fighters

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    SkyTemple with two fighters


    HELP ME!!!!!!!!!!:

    I wanted to know if it is possible to insert the images of the new ones artwork in my first one thread and to render it the update ones in the list of the thread.Tnx!



    other old acrilycs artwork about the world of comics:


    http://web.tiscali.it/cruelcomics/fa...r/window5.html


    http://web.tiscali.it/cruelcomics/fa...r/window7.html


    http://web.tiscali.it/cruelcomics/fa...r/window2.html

    http://web.tiscali.it/cruelcomics/fa...r/window3.html

    http://web.tiscali.it/cruelcomics/fa...r/window9.html

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    I'd say, good stuff all around. I think that you may me getting too caught up in the "Bisley" style. Focus on the subject and anatomy, not the style. Style comes together when you least expect it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by N8 Van Dyke
    I'd say, good stuff all around. I think that you may me getting too caught up in the "Bisley" style. Focus on the subject and anatomy, not the style. Style comes together when you least expect it.
    Thanks for the suggestions, I hope to improve on these two aspects in my art!Any crits are welcome!

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    I really like the color scheme you've chosen. Although the stance of the warior on the right is too narrow. His weapon apprears heavy and he would have to have a wider stance to stabalize a mighty swing or to withstand a blow from his opponent. I'm also having trouble figuring out where the warior on the left is bearing his weight, is it on his right arm, legs or is his he leaning against the table? Over all I really like the mood of this piece your choice of costumes. Great job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ember
    I really like the color scheme you've chosen. Although the stance of the warior on the right is too narrow. His weapon apprears heavy and he would have to have a wider stance to stabalize a mighty swing or to withstand a blow from his opponent. I'm also having trouble figuring out where the warior on the left is bearing his weight, is it on his right arm, legs or is his he leaning against the table? Over all I really like the mood of this piece your choice of costumes. Great job!


    Many Thanks for your critic therefore detailed and right!I show here my paintings just for having these suggestions, why when i paint after some ours, I do not notice more of the errors that I am committing!

    Thank's a lot!

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