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  1. #1576
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    Good colour sketches there! The colours seem to work well on the warm and cold axis and add some nice dimension. I like the texture on the newest picture too. Makes it look very realistic along with the colours in my opinion. Not much new to say about the figures... They still seem inventive and sure to illustrate the feel you wanted them to. Guaranteed Gnoll quality.

    Blue ball monkeys made me laugh too. Let's see some in colour.


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    @sve: thank for the reply sve crazy? me?! nah, i don't think so...I'm really glad you likde the latest women sketches...and looks like many people think the one with boots was inspired by Manara's work...and it probably is...that guy is a genius!
    About the mummy, yes, it is a lil'wonky...i always have some problems with balance in my sketches...guess the solution is always the same practice practice practice...
    You're definately right about em putting a lil'bit of myself in my sketches...mirrors can provide excellent reference material hehe
    thanks again for sharing your thoughts, hope you stop by again soon

    @Teh Gosu: thanks man...will have to study the whole light/color thing soon...but i'm practicing

    @Carnifex: hehe thanks.Tried to slow down on this one tell me what you think

    @aph: hehe don't worry dude, i'll come n visit ya again next year.Tried pushing a lil' on this pic

    @anjin: hehe weird, i still don't know if i wanna concentrate on concept art, illustration or comics...but there's still time hehe that monkey is for something like that, so stay tuned

    @smuli: thanks man, glad you liked the colors! hope to keep that Guaranteed Gnoll Quality up to standards LOL some color on the monkeys will come soon.Gunna try something different


    ok guys, a Beast redesign.Tried to slow down n work on presentation
    tell me what you think about it

    ciao!

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    something strange's going on with his arm muscles,deltoid and shoulders kinda blend into each other and leave the rest disfigured (more on his right arm).
    on the good side,i like his stance and expression,and the lines look calm and controlled.
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    Ciao Gnoll, based on Carnifex's input, I did a really quick paintover of beast to address the issues he bought up. check it out Aside from that I liked his more lion like appearance and the pose. Ciao!

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    I like the cavity above the colar bone Somthing I always seem to have problems with that area. Also like the depth of field effect with the tail. Word
    SketchBook Chris Yoakum?

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    You make me jealous every time I come in here. Jerk.

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    .... impresive concepts as always ... i like them i think you can still make some studies and try to spend a little time at proportions ... this is all for now ... i can give ya more advices because you are better than me soo ....

    hope to c ya at my sb sometimes ... cheers

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    Hahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahahaaaaaa,the one with the monkey and the girl is killing me!!!!LOL!!!
    I see you are using a lot your moleskine!!Man,is a lovely thing!!!I bought one some days ago and really love it!!!Even you can use watercolors on it!!I really like it!
    TheGnoll,you are improving in every pic you post.That goblin thief is great!Keep posting!!

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    I like so much the beast man, but the Sirio correction give some point of quality to this character, anyway great job!
    Ciao

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    wow, I really like your sketches, your feeling for weight and depth is fantastic

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    Hey Gnoll, what kind of work do you do?

    and how come you don't try painting any of this stuff?

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    Man, that Beast is great! Looking over your sketchbook, I see that you've improved quite a bit! The pose looks so much more natural than a lot of your early stuff. The problems with the deltoids have already been brought up. Aside from that, I think that anatomy is solid. The neck/collarbone area stands out to me as being particularly good. I'd like to see you put a little more effort into the painting, though -- really push it, give it some depth!
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    dude very nice sketches. love the beast
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    Yes! Your improvement is stellar! Great job. Love the most of your new stuff. *getting jealous.
    No pain, no gain.

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