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    Creatures design I did for "the Suffering" video Game

    What do you guys think?

    Creatures design I did for "the Suffering" video Game

    Toward the bottom I just added concepts of a creature we called the creeper.

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    cool i like it alot !
    the cast shadow on the ground looks alittle off... almost like they are standing downhill...


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    Nice rendering style. I agree with the shadows seeming off though.

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    wow, those are some creepy guys!

    good rendering, but I think the construction of the legs is a bit vague. you can get away with that with normal people and animals, but if I had to model them, I wouldn't necessarily assume they would have joints in the places knees and ankles typically are.

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    Looks great, that was a pretty good game.

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    very sick I would love to see more of these.

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    Quote Originally Posted by se7en_
    very sick I would love to see more of these.
    Ditto with se7en.

    Loved these enemies in the game, would definatly love to see more of your character designs.

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    Cool design, like to see more too.

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    Thanks for the props and feedback guys! And it's nice to here that somebody actually played the Suffering. I'll dig out some more of these when I have time.
    Meanwhile I found some other artwork from the suffering. These are some illustrations of some of the special attacks you could use. Don't pick them apart, they were done quickly. I just thought people who played the game would find them interesting.

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    howdy- name's horia, i work w/ aaron coberly over at arena... anyways, the pic at the top, is that from the first game and is the special move stuff from the second? i saw some pieces (i think it was of special moves etc) from the sequel in like play magazine and i totally dug em... they were really painterly, but looked quick n' ballsy, I liked em lots and im glad i got to tell ya now

    ps- do you (or someone you work with) have an email where i can contact jason merc -not sure if thats how spell his name- but he was a concept guy over there for a while, and i used to work w/ him at valve- super nice guy, but from what i understand he moved back to california and we lost touch... if you could PM me his contact (if youve got it) that be awesome.

    thanks! -and please post some more new stuff!!

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    Special moves sequential is awesome.

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