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    Lizard Boy

    Hello All
    This design was produced for no particular reason other then being bored from having to stay in because of the flu.

    cw


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    Dude that's awesome. Verrry cool. I've only dipped in photomanipulation but jeez this is on point. One thing is the textures seem to be flattening the overall form of his head. I think. It's too much awesome sauce for me to handle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lalilulelo
    One thing is the textures seem to be flattening the overall form of his head.
    I wholeheartedly agree. I like the texture you've used but it just looks like a simple overlay. You get a great wrapping effect on his chest but the head looks flat in comparison. I think it's mainly what you've done with the cheeks that's killing it.

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    Lizard Boy Revisions

    I agree. Something about the cheek area bugged me. I've contoured and wrapped as well as highlighted the texture on the cheeks to better conform to the rounded face the boy had to begin with , also expanded the texture in the middle of the forehead. I think it's a vast improvement but still needs work.
    Thanks for the input guys.

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    That better but could you try to change a geometry of flakes on the edges.
    Envision if the flakes put on the ball. Just like that:


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