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    Creature design WIP

    Hey everyone. Started this creature design today, and since I have little experience with non-humanoids, I'd like to know what I could do better.
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    uh....too early stage to say anything about it...make some more progress and people will/can help you!

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    Not much to say but looking good so far. Keeps it up good work and updates.
    Thats creature looks like dragon/dog mix. Look forward more progress.

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    needs cleanup and detailing - too many stray marks at this stage

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    cant say much make a update

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    I heard him the first time.
    Okay, here goes. Please excuse the bad smudge job the whole thing is.

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    nice cleanup this helps a lot

    okay, so what I'm noticing is that the anatomy is looking more like human proportions than animal proportions for the legs. The rear legs I imagine would be shorter to match the front legs in distance from the ground. I recommend finding some reference pictures of animals (like an alligator) and using those leg proportions to help you.

    Btw this guy has some really nice animal drawing tutorials:
    http://www.cedarseed.com/fire/animaltut.jpg

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    be sure to get some anatomy refs from lizards and such to see how nature has handled such problems

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    Quote Originally Posted by Infinit
    be sure to get some anatomy refs from lizards and such to see how nature has handled such problems
    i think nature invented homo sapiens for that issues...

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