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    Experiments to be continued?

    Over the summer I'm trying to do at least one thing on the tablet a day to get better and hopefully fall into some sort of order of painting. No such luck yet.

    So I'll be posting hopefully daily here, and I'd LOVE some comments and critique, if you can spare some time :p

    Yesterdays: Working with getting anatomy down without the figure being stiff. Became an axe-thrower from wc3 I'll probably continue this at some point:

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    More to come!

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    Posting here has made me want to work on it more ...

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    Somehow the mowhawk looks a bit funky to me. But I imagine the picture isn't about how a mowhawk looks so I'll move on.

    The red clothing seems to steal my attention. Perhaps fading it would look better. The anatomy looks fine but the arm without the axe tooks strange because of the other colors mixing in with the black lines.

    I really like it in any case. Even if goblins scare me...

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    Just want to say that the pose and expression is GREAT

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    MaxoftheSouth - yeah I've been messing around with the mowhawk, but somehow its not workin for me ... gonna keep hacking at it. Indeed, the red would draw the attention, and I agree that it needs to be faded. I may turn it browner. As for the arm, the forearm is, now that I look at it, a lot ligther than it should be. Thanks a lot for the comments!

    Rhineville - Thanks!

    I feel like my knowledge of anatomy is lacking, so I've been doodling various poses, and correcting using a Joseph Sheppard book:
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    the expression is perfect, i LOVE it!

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    Leeroy (n.) - 1: One who does not grasp the concept of caution; 2: One who likes chicken; 3: One whose battle cry consists of their own name.

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    thanks!

    Here are some anatomy studies that turned into "fun" doodles

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    I like your stuff, the anatomy is pretty tight...though I would like to see these fully rendered...

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    fully rendered is on the way .. working on understanding anatomy a lot better though. I gotta work on the abdomen/legs now. I have very little idea on how they work.

    more torso/demon work

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