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    Demon

    Hi all. Just bought myself my first tablet and it takes some getting used to! Here's what i came up with.

    Be harsh! It's the only way i'll learn

    Demon

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    I can't see anything wrong with it, except that maybe the outer tusks (or possibly lower horns; I'm not really sure about my demonic anatomy) seem a bit lop-sided. Good texture, nice lighting. A bit rough in some areas, but I assume that you are doing that to draw our attention to the focal points of the image, not because you couldn't be bothered to finish his shoulders.

    That said, it's not a terribly ambitious piece. With the kind of skill you show here, you should be giving us multiple figures in an environment, not just simple headshots. Pretty much anyone can do a head and shoulders portrait, especially if you're drawing imaginary creatures. So, if you want to learn, I think you will have to push yourself to try something harder.

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    well I think its plain cool Love the colors. nice and clean too. His expression is somewhat mundane though, give his eyebrows some angle and hell be one pissed bastard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perfect Organism
    That said, it's not a terribly ambitious piece. With the kind of skill you show here, you should be giving us multiple figures in an environment, not just simple headshots. Pretty much anyone can do a head and shoulders portrait, especially if you're drawing imaginary creatures. So, if you want to learn, I think you will have to push yourself to try something harder.
    Thanks for the replies!

    That's always been my problem to be honest. Never been too willing to push myself. It's something that i'm going to have to get out of the habit of doing.

    Ok! My next ones will be better!

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    great start man, seems like youre already getting pretty comfortable with it
    It looks almost pixelated, which is pretty cool.

    the background could use some improvement, but yeah definitely would love to see more of your works

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    Whoa awesome!!! No problems at all!!! Keep up the good work!!!

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