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    That's a pretty bad ass looking Orc. I'd love to see it painted over, as opposed to just being a line drawing with the colors underneath. Give it a shot, this could be even more bad ass.
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    capprotti : ´thanks yeah well im not good in photoshop an d not good in english either hope you could give me a sample of how a painted over should look like pleeze.
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    I love the linework, he looks green and mean!
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    i agree, it would look neat painted, and I *think* what he means is get rid of the lines, like add a layer on top and use values and textures to get rid of the lines underneath and make it look more realistic.
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    This is so sweet man! You posted it in the Spawns forum too, and I say the same as I did there, awesome, but he looks a bit too human to me! Still - awesome!

    Maybe he don't look to human after all... heck, I don't know.
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    White Monkey: thanks man, then wait till the next ork homeboys

    halos chain: yeah i like some realistic paintings but i´m also comicbook artist so i just want to keep that style ore make something new because i also try to not make them too realistic.

    Geas; hell yeah , this is how artists meet each other hehe . what i waanted to say is that in my character instructions was written " orks are banned and cursed elves, so i couldn´t make them comercial dumb looking .. u know , also i read lord of the ring and rocs aren´t dumb at all they´re just fucked up hehe
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    Man, thats a really cool looking orc, its a lot better than the traditional warhammer/warcraft orc. I really like it but a couple things bother me, namely that it could use more midtones, right now it looks like nothign but shadows and highlights, I think that could help and also some inking over this would help, becuase it looks too sketchy and the lines are covering up the color work.
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