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    Wink Wulf

    hello

    im still experimenting and stuff so its a little loose...

    please feel free to crit and comment

    Wulf







    my site - http://www.briteshine.co.uk
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    I love the dichotomy of the colors, versus the subject. That is one delightfully lovable and round wolfy.
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    excellent lighting job! Chubby-mid-air-cute-wolfey
    I would've maybe used a bit more of the blue streaming out his eyes so that it would convey more omogenity (is that the word? ) but thats just a thought
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    I agree! So fun. The pose and design makes me think of a flying squirrel ("And now for something you'll really like!").
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    Did somebody break his tail?
    Anyhow the whole back end looks unfinished
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    I like your style. very, very interesting.
    Freedom is awesome.
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    my bad kids. dont get beeiatchy.
    Last edited by sakona; June 9th, 2005 at 12:20 PM.
    hellllooo
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    Sakona-
    What are you doing posting your work in someone else's thread out of now where with no comment or anything? You've got a thread of your own to pollute.

    RobG-
    I like the colors a lot in this, I think compositionally the wolf could be positioned on the page better, instead of smack dab in the center, but the rendering and color choices I feel are quite nice. Don't be afraid to let his tail go off the page. I think it could look better than having it look broken.
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    OSU_Samurai - he's new here, he doenst now the rules. or so I believe :p
    RobG - your colors just kick ass... good color theory in practice there!

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    I most certainly agree with the colors, they are gorgous, great job. Dispite the fact that he has razor sharp claws and could kill anyone, he looks like a peaceful wolf because of the colors you have chosen and really no facial expression. You did a nice job of generating form and value. Some nice dimension and nice brush strokes.
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    sorry guys.Iam new and experimenting. Just overly excited about the website.

    oh by the way your wolf look cool. love the colors. But its too cutsy for me.
    hellllooo
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    hey thats acually very nice. simple and effective. Seems like the linework is great too.. can we see that, if you still have it...?

    sakuna - you should edit that post, removing your image link. Thread hijacking is not nice. even for a newbie...
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    sakona, it is EXTREMELY rude to post your work in sombody elses thread.

    great work rob, as usual! keep it up matey.
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