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    Warrior magi wip

    I don't remember what threw this guy into my head but I appreciate the inspiration!

    I think his right hand is a bit small? Oppinions on that, and everything else welcome!

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    yes a bit small, you better draw soft lines to show how big his head is, then you can orientate!
    nice start btw

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    Yeah I was thinking the hood was too small

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    Still working, I know the handon the left is still too small, just don't care yet . Will finish the arm on the right, then move onto further details.

    Anyone have thoughts on the lower half? I think it's making him look... squished vertically. Crits appreciated.

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    The upper portions of the arms may be a bit small. Keep in mind that for a character wearing large shoulder pads, the actual shoulder joints will be relatively low in the pads.

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