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    Hey guys.
    Well it's been a while (years) since i worked out a drawing, but i finally did. I hope you guys like the concept and my technique and compostion. If not tell me what is wrong about it. I want to learn so please C&C me.
    Also i want to thank CA for the motivat ion the get me started again . And like to thank the pro's for tutorials.

    Iam thinking about painting this one, but dont have any experience with it. If you have tips for getting started with, that would be helpfull.
    Ty already

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    'tis a nice post 'e is. aye.
    only problem i have is with the wolves lower jaws...they don't look as real as the other stuff; probably more just the hard lines used to draw the mouth area in general. but otherwise a good pic. dont know much about painting, so cant help you there.

    oh, just noticed something else: wolf on lower left - either his snout (and whole mouth) is crooked, or the eyes are crooked. i figure it would be easier to just move the wolf's left eye down some, but you do what you want.

    g'luck on the journey!

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    sharper lines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by purb36
    oh, just noticed something else: wolf on lower left - either his snout (and whole mouth) is crooked, or the eyes are crooked. i figure it would be easier to just move the wolf's left eye down some, but you do what you want.

    g'luck on the journey!
    Thnx fot your reply and crit's.
    I think you are right about the left eye. And tha hole wolf doesnt look tight, but on the real drawing you dont see it so clearly. And i think i must add some more contrast 2.
    thnx for your command really means a lot.

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    Really nice bust. Good shadowing and facial emotion. The wolf on the left shoulder got a strange right eyes, seems to human.

    Well good luck and have a great day. ^^

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    I would give tips on painting, but I'm just about to try it myself Overall this piece is pretty solid, the only thing I can think of that would improve it would be to do as others have said and fix the construction of the wolf in the left corner, and maybe bring in some more contrast. Don't be afraid to use lots of black. It seems to be rendered very well too. Lets see more!

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    I really like the hand that you have holding the wolf pelice up it looks great very simple...as for painting it are you speaking of traditional? If so it all depends on how much time you want to spend learning a "medium" before you start painting your actual peice. Also do you feel comfortable enough with color in general? Your drawing is nicly done and shows skill so i'm guessing you might have taken classes in the past? you might want to consider trying some colored pencil and paint on the side so with the next one, you will feel more comfortable throwing the color down. If you are still interested i can give you a list of supplies and some tips...

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    nice piece. Good rendering and I think the 'hard-line' area on the wolfshead can be done better but that was already said.

    anyway; Nice stuff!

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    Interesting work rWDrk but I think the whole piece could do with a stronger light source.

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    Hmm i did'nt even react to this one
    Hehe i like it! i know it's better in real, cus of the scanner (prob)
    it does'nt realy bring over it's real quality now

    There some small details like other mentioned that could get better.
    What i realy like is how u did the hair of the wolfes. And the face of
    the grany is also dope. The wolfheads a little less strong i think.

    Well keep it up!

    Speak u laterz

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