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    :::enter the guenter:::

    hello everyone. glad to see that conceptart is back up.

    here are some works in progress. i would really appreciate any comments or compliments. im in school right now majoring in previsualization so any tips are welcome.

    heres some creatures
    :::enter the guenter:::

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    ...without evil there could be no good, so it must be good to be evil sometimes...
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    I really like your style. Rendering is good allthough some areas are rushed and this degrades the whole image.

    Personally i'm not a big fan of the type of characters. But that's probably just me. Overall great work => Show me more...

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    Just saw your other post in the finished section and wanted to add i really like those. Especially the first on. Really dynamic.
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    thanks gray

    i appreciate the reply. your right about me rushing my drawings. i always end up doing that. thanks again.
    ...without evil there could be no good, so it must be good to be evil sometimes...
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    the first image seems a little off. the characters legs are a little off balance. also, his right bicep looks more like a bean than a muscle. Otherwise, looks good.

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    espaki- thanks. i agree about the legs, but i had already started my shading before i even noticed it. i guess i need to change his bicep too. someone in another forum said it looks like a "jelly bean". thanks again.
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    somewhat of a coloring of one of the creatures. not sure what color to use for the bg.
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    more progress

    i need some ideas for a bg color
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    id recommend something that highlighted the fact the hes ripping a body in half. some sharp/hot colors with the hottest parts around the action of the pick. for far off from the action maybe some dark dark greens... hmm.

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    thanks for the reply chris. went with something a little simpler. any thoughts?
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    well i like the first drawing, it would be hilarious to actually point the barrel of the firing gun like inches away from the dude with the bazooka. the one thing I don't like is his legs. try something else, the goat legs just don't look right.
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    I partially agree with MolvaDo about the legs, but I think the goat legs can stay, but you should change up their position up a bit. Add some dynamic pose to them to really dictate the mood and action of the character. His face and his arms portray a lot of action, but his legs look sedated, giveing the whole piece an odd look.

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