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    Demon Race: Male

    Hey all.

    I recently got this done. It's a male version for a demon race in-the-works for an online RPG. I was told to change a few things (not make them look so undead, etc), but this was the first version.

    Demon Race: Male

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    Demon Race: Male

    Demon Race: Male


    Looking forward to hearing your opinions

    Take care all.

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    I LIKE the "undead" aspects of your design (especially for a necromancer). Why are your clients protesting? The costuming is great--lots of fun.

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    I like the design too, I think it has a lot of potential, but there is a lot to be desired in terms of anatomy...it's a bit off, and that hurts the image. I also think the black makes the image look flat...a little detail (from that red light) in the black of the clothing would go a long way to rounding out the form. Also, the face could use more work in my opinion.

    It just needs a little extra lovin', that's all

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirana
    I LIKE the "undead" aspects of your design (especially for a necromancer). Why are your clients protesting? The costuming is great--lots of fun.

    They did tell me I had full swing of the race and how they looked, but instead they were thinking less undead and more "humane" I suppose. At any rate, I always find undead to be much more fun ;D
    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bad Brownie
    I like the design too, I think it has a lot of potential, but there is a lot to be desired in terms of anatomy...it's a bit off, and that hurts the image. I also think the black makes the image look flat...a little detail (from that red light) in the black of the clothing would go a long way to rounding out the form. Also, the face could use more work in my opinion.

    It just needs a little extra lovin', that's all

    I'm a little irritated with the black at the moment, too. When I go back to it I'll definitely be fixing it.
    Could you elaborate a little more on the anatomy potion so I know what it is that's wrong? Thanks

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    Wow! I love the hands, the costume and colors. I think the head sits a bit funny with the front-facing dude. I think an elongated neck done with the same care as you did the hands would be cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nanyacura
    Could you elaborate a little more on the anatomy potion so I know what it is that's wrong? Thanks
    He needs a skeleton. Right now he looks like he's made out of rubber.


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    some cool ideas, but overall just looks really flat. The mouth closeup to the right of the pose leaves alot to be desired as well.

    like i said, some cool ideas, but needs some more attention to make it look more professional

    thanks for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elwell
    He needs a skeleton. Right now he looks like he's made out of rubber.
    Hm. Then I suppose trying to make a curved pose didn't end up so well. I'm used to stylizing a lot. Perhaps that's the flaw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DV8
    some cool ideas, but overall just looks really flat. The mouth closeup to the right of the pose leaves alot to be desired as well.

    like i said, some cool ideas, but needs some more attention to make it look more professional

    thanks for sharing
    Yeah I've become quite aware of the flat look. Once I get working on it again I'll be trying to fix that. Thank you.

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