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    Explosive Phallus.

    Ok so ive been working on this creature for a few hours today, but im at a loss now, i dont know where to go from here. Cant figure out a background or what else, if anything, the creature needs. Some suggestions for a background would be very helpful and any other crits or comments would be helpful too. thanks for viewing.

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    go into details!
    give it a skin and show where the muscels are
    make the lower part of the legs slimy and the main body crusty

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    You weren’t kidding about the “explosive phallus” title, were you?

    Try giving him a shadow, and highlighting the ground, so he’s not floating in the air. And fill the rest of the background with the same types of marks as he is made up of.

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    thanks for the input, updated a few things...still working on it though.

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    its a cool character, reminds me of something from guild wars. try getting out an anatomy book and try sculpting out some better forms on him, especially on the arms and the stomach area. Also try to find a main light source for him where you want it to come from, or what you want the main focus to be, his head looks interesting, but all i look at is that orange circle on his stomach.

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    Looking real nice so far...I'd pull the back legs down though ,right now it seems like it's standing on a ramp. the arms could be in a more interesting position IMHO..He's also so monsterish I'd get rid of the chest and abbs... give him something less human...look'n real sick though.keep up the good work!

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