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    Hot damn! its done!

    Well First off I want to say thanks for all the help you guys gave me on this one. The critique section really helped me out on this piece. I think this piece has been through more changes than anything I've ever done. It was kind of an excuse to paint drapery, human anatomy and a cool creature, but it was a tremendous learning experience all in all. Thanks again and as always C+C is very welcome!!! Cheers!



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    I don't undertand very well the scene. But anyway I like the colors. G work.

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    I think this piece would rock if you chose some sections to have a bit more contrast. You could really direct our eyes with a few darks.

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    Thanks for the comments everybody.
    Baifan: Where do you think the darks could help, I'm thinking on the left hand side of the composition. Any ideas?

    I had posted this in the critiques section and it has a unessecarily long process for the that are interested.
    Crits and comments welcomed!

    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=53994

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    Kinda difficult to see whats going on, the guy with the sword isn't in a very aggressive stance and yet it appears that he is the one who cut that creature in half. i would think about more thumbnails for this piece before executing it in paint, seems to be needing more foundation.

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    is that the back or front of the creature? I LOVE the form on it!

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    Hmmmm I think the narrative is not clear enough in this piece. It is supposed to be the front of the creature. Maybe if it had some eyes or something.... I thought the guys pose was fine actually. Foster helped me alot on that in particular. It is much more dynamic than I had previously. I do not feel he has to be in attack mode to be interesting. Also, the creature is not cut in half. I think I need to relate the design of it more, i.e. bring the bone features into the lower half. Thanks for looking!

    Denart I love your work! You have some major talent!!!

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    The colors go very well, and the piece is quite nice so I dont think it will take much. I would suggest darkening (a bit) or clarifying his face more so that it draws the focus immediatly. Possibly bring some down into the shoulders too.

    I think you need to get the face/head to stand out from the cape. It is tending to blend in.

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