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    Mr. Sinister

    Mr. Sinister

    This drawing was made in Painter IX for practice. It´s a character of mine, I started with the head and I liked the smile and thougth he could be some kind of victorian gentleman with a dark side. I got a lot of fun doing it and trying new things, Painter is an amazing program with lots of great tools. C&C are wellcomed. Thanks for viewing and posting.

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    i also use painter 9 yes its a great program. And you managed well in that piece good work
    one crit only, the staff he is holding, looks unfinnished. he is suppose to hold it, but it looks more or less that it goes BEHIND his hand, rather than inside it, and the light on the staff is also a bit too bright or sharp
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    Thanks

    Thanks for taking the time to comment and for the advice.
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    Reminds me of that Simpson's guy. The hairstyle and the money-hungry grin on his face. Overall this is a complete character.

    Only problems - I have no objections towards the tie. I don't like the golden ball/staff/cane. It takes away from the image as a whole because my eyes are immediately diverted to the gold. Man has a hunger for jewelry, right? You could change it to a crystal, or even a miniature sculpture of his facial features would better suit the theme. Speaking of suits - his waist looks too feminine for being an evil businessman. It makes the picture even more humorous - keep that. I can just imagine what this guy's breath smells like.

    Hope any comments have helped.

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    Mr. Sinister
    this is mister sinister. I was confused.
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    hahah i was gonna say the same thing!
    but seriously nice job on the hands and lower part of body
    one thing tho, I don't know how to say it, but the way his torso and hands are placed, its weird, doesnt look natural. i cant say what exactly tho

    nice stuff overall
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    Thanks for the comments

    Thanks everybody for taking the time to comment.

    Vulgarf course, your comments have helped. Thanks.

    GratefulDread: I know this guy, but I thought the name fit well whit my character. I´m sorry for the comfusion.

    fejs: thanks for the kind words and advice.

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