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    Giant monster POll

    well since no one else but klinesmoker has posted their entry, im afraid its going to be a 1 on 1
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    wow this place is dead, we need more votes

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    /agree
    Seems as though the interest lies in major competitions, so I guess I'm going to wait for the next Thunderdome!

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    These are both well done, but they both suffer from the same thing: the only thing that makes them huge creatures are the small people near them. Relative size is only one (and the most obvious) element in drawing. When you draw a building, you draw it in perspective. You don't do that because the sides are straight; you do it because its size warrants it. The top floor is going to look smaller than the bottom one. Look at all the other differences: fewer details and atmospheric effects (haze effects, color changes, etc.), just to name two. Even the size comparisons are limited. While both have people and some environment (trees, buildings), both have troubles, too. Manslaughter's weapons, Kline's chains, and the clothing and material from both indicate a normal sized monster.

    These are both good, but strctly based on perspective (near arm larger than far versus a very large head), I voted for manslaughter. It was tight, though. Really tight.

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    I like Klinesmokers, not sure why exactly, but it's more appealing to my eye and tastes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogfood
    These are both well done, but they both suffer from the same thing: the only thing that makes them huge creatures are the small people near them. Relative size is only one (and the most obvious) element in drawing. When you draw a building, you draw it in perspective. You don't do that because the sides are straight; you do it because its size warrants it. The top floor is going to look smaller than the bottom one. Look at all the other differences: fewer details and atmospheric effects (haze effects, color changes, etc.), just to name two. Even the size comparisons are limited. While both have people and some environment (trees, buildings), both have troubles, too. Manslaughter's weapons, Kline's chains, and the clothing and material from both indicate a normal sized monster.

    These are both good, but strctly based on perspective (near arm larger than far versus a very large head), I voted for manslaughter. It was tight, though. Really tight.
    hey thnx man, but how would we draw armor on big monsters that will make em look like big monsters.. im really confused man.
    well it seems that wer tied. 1 more vote and one of us wins.
    but even if he does win it will be 1:1 ( i beat him before lol )

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    HAHAHA! Totally close, thanks for the great duel so far man! Yes, you beat me before...
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    It's all good, man!

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    aaah u beat me!
    well im not done yet, u have a pm

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    Quote Originally Posted by manslauter
    hey thnx man, but how would we draw armor on big monsters that will make em look like big monsters.. im really confused man.
    Sorry it took so long to get back to you guys. Yours actually solves the problem in part, with the segemented clothing, but the cloth bends and folds like it was normal sized. The armor is another thing. There are a lot of ways to go about it (unless you're going to say it was magically crafted, which would be entirely valid for a creature that couldn't support its anatomical structure, anyway). It would probably need to be in sections and assembled like a ship's hull, or smaller bits. Nothing makes someone look larger like little clothes ("Fat man in a little coat..." Tommy Boy).

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    hey thnx for explaining me this man
    but im winning by 3 i think, so ya i still win.. its o-2 in my favor i guess.
    i need another battle with him

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    Quote Originally Posted by manslauter
    hey thnx for explaining me this man
    but im winning by 3 i think, so ya i still win.. its o-2 in my favor i guess.
    i need another battle with him

    Looks like I pulled it out in the end. Match 3 coming up!

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    and klinesmoker comes back with 4 votes in 1 night!!
    damn ur lucky man, wer tied now, but this batman battle will decide once and for all..
    and hopefully we wont get like 32 votes in one hour after someone won like we did here lol.
    this one was fucking close extremely.

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