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    hahahaa...I like the extreme Innie/Outie. The fine detailing is really nice, and I like the anatomy in general. The feet really draw my eye as they look like you put a lot of thought into them--they just look good and unique.

    The mouth and lower jaw look a bit slanted off center, though, as if the left side of his face is squished flat.

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    You manage to create the form and textures really well.
    I would suggest using bolder lines for the left hand so it would stand out more from the body. Right now its seems a little hard to read.

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    Your linework is very strong, I like it, but I can't help thinking how it would look like if it was colored.
    Try to do shadows, it would improve a lot on the 3D feeeling.

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    Thanks everyone for your comments and tips. I did change some areas and will probably paint it later.

    take care

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    Hey Tin, this pic is great. I'm a big fan of line work like this. Love doing it myself. Hope you post more!

    Couple quick things I would say that could (in my humble opinion) make your creature even better! Two things jump out at me. One thing you could do is make some of your edges a little more rounded. One example I can see is perhaps the stomach. Rounding the bottom edge out more where it joins with the loincloth/belt could be good. Also, sometimes it seems as though there are too many lines, maybe a little too busy in spots. It almost dissects some of your thoughtful anatomy, such as in the bicep and where the calf meets the upper leg. It's a little distracting.

    You should know that I'm the kind of person that only really makes comments about stuff that I really like, so take my comments as a true compliment. Cool creature!

    :nana

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