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    - Midnight -

    Its been to long since I posted anything in the finished sections
    here are some new paintings

    -the dwarf-
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    -the erenlander-
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    -the cultist-
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    Last edited by REAU; April 22nd, 2005 at 03:33 PM.
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    Very cool. Especially like the first piece, those tattoos are looking great. As far as crits, it looks like the legs on these guys are a bit short. The anatomy seems to get less confident as you get to the midsection. Also, the backgrounds on these don't have nearly as much attention and polish as the main figures.

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    The first two aren´t so new in concept, so I dont like them that much. But the last one is way cooler

    Tiava

    There is a day when all departs
    I´m coming out of age,
    all your chains and all your wards
    someday will be unmade.

    Be prepared of me these days
    as all of you shall be
    when all my false and rodent faiths
    break ´way just as do we.

    -Tiava-
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    I, on the other hand, will not tie my preferences strictly to originality and remark that I like all three. The painterly feel is very nice and there is a nice demonstration of effective design and composition. One thing that seems to be a trend is how the figures tend to be larger in the upper portion of the body than the lower. In the Dwarf, I could understand, but the other two appear mis-proportioned, as well.

    Very moody, very cool.

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    yes, unless you're intending to paint only dwarves, they all seem very short in proportion. I really like the mood of the first piece, even if it's not that original. (I mean, most of what we see on this forum are typical sci-fi, fantasy and anime figures - let's face it.)

    I think that first one's really nicely executed. I think it's a little odd though, that the cliff behind him lines up so evenly with his back and ends behind him. Maybe you could make the hill shorter or slant it more abruptly so it didn't look like it was up against his back so uniformly.

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    Nice work!!

    I dig the black and white work the best!!!
    Expecially the b&w dude on the ship is awesome

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