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    Gargoyle

    This was some concept art I did for an upcoming game. I'm not really supposed to promote the game any, but they said I can do what I want with the art as long as they still get to use it. So I wanted to share this piece. The gargoyle should have a super long tale, but in this version I hadn't added the tale yet. It'll be added onto the model sheets though. I added a lot of gravy to this picture that wasn't need for concept art, but I really enjoyed working on it. I know he is pretty simple, but in my mind they would be REALLY athletic, fast, jump around a lot, and have deep, sharp voices. I also pictured them, if they ever do talk, being relaly sarcastic or smart ass, hence his smirk in the picture. You know how the mind goes into over drive though. =] Who knows how they'll turn out in the final production. Any feedback would rule. Thanks guys.

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    Heheh. Looks like he's trying to compensate for something with the swords, eh?

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    Looks good. I really like the colours and the rough parts arounf the shoulders and legs and stuff.

    And Pixeldragoon: That is such an old, overkilled, joke.

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    xoet, yeah, but I like yellow more, thanks =]

    pixeldragon, what?

    Keng, Thanks dude, I used the skin of a gecko for texture in a few spots, but it relaly didn't show in the final version. Kept going over it and over it until it was gone.

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    really like this, youve done well giving it a stone feel as for the eyes everyone makes evil looking things have red eyes I think yellow works alot better than red he looks a little calm for someone whos in mid air though maybe if he where proped up on something but I guess you probably cant change it a great deal now if theyre off to use it eitherway great stuff

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    It's a gargoyle! Of course he's calm.

    Yellow is the best option here since it appears elsewhere on the drawing, like on his loincloth.

    Good work.

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    the horn on our left is going to the side, the horn on our right is facing forward. They are out of perspective. The mouth has nice character to it.

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    Whow, like the style! Simple yet very effective and nice. What kind of program did you use to paint it?

    Must agree with Form; the horns are indeed a bit out of perspective.

    Good work!

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    What I said was a joke, because of his itty-bitty-crotch covering towel. I really like this piece though, good texture in it.

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    he looks hungry....lol ...i think the colors are not that strong in this one.

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    "the horn on our left is going to the side, the horn on our right is facing forward. They are out of perspective."

    Yeah, the right horn is the one that gave my trouble. I redrew it several times in photoshop with no repair, I might try it again tonight. It was painted in photoshop, and drawn on paper first. Thanks for the feedback everyone. =] I'll have more later and try to fix the horn tonight.

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