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    Hello designboot, nice work so far, that last one is interesting I like your choice of colours.

    My favourite so far though is this guy http://img115.imageshack.us/img115/2046/trawc2oc0.gif He just looks so evil and elegant, especially in this one http://img95.imageshack.us/img95/921...szatrawtb7.jpg

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    thank you for dropping by my sketch book

    awesome studies you have going on here, keep it up!

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    hi there

    Another work for BlueWave Studio
    My task was to colour the lineart.

    Lineart by:




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    One time I promised to publish the step by step from previouse lineart coloring.
    So here it is!
    Line art by Captkiro.







    and the finished piece:



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    great work with the armor, texture looks awesome. keep it up

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    cool stuff lately! and definitely good work on the lineart colouring!

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    The texture you've got going on that last piece is pretty rocking.

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    Need help with anatomy!
    Any C&C are welcome



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    Hi there, it's been a while...

    Just my opinion, but I'd say that these people look too derivative, i.e. that they spring from much the same template with only superficial alterations (breasts). I can see some slight difference in fat distribution around the hips but it probably isn't strong enough. These people are rather big and as such I don't think the contours of their hip bones should be apparent at all (maybe on the man). The navel on the guy should probably be extremely flat or entirely obscured under a roll of fat, otherwise he looks like he has a bloated stomach. The woman's face is rather masculine, whilst the man's face looks a bit too gaunt to correspond to the rest of his body.

    The creature is cool. You should enter COW some time

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    Thanks Snarfevs!

    After critiques!
    Still waiting for some comments.



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    my first impression would be that the face and body doesnt match, make the face fatter.

    like this:
    FAT FACE
    i also think that the wrists and ancles should be more like a tube...

    Maybe more like this?


    what are they for? Do they need to be fat?
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    Anatomy for fat folks is hard as there are a lot of different places people store fat....not 2 are the same.

    but at first glance id say (in general terms) id make the arms fatter ...fat arms usually are fattest from the profile (especially for women..we’ve all seen auntie wave goodbye) wich is hard to see here...but CAN be hinted at from the front by a bulge at the tricep height.

    In addition i think the head is too small.


    Love this SB
    Looking forward to more!

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    Anatomy for fat folks is hard as there are a lot of different places people store fat....not 2 are the same.

    but at first glance id say (in general terms) id make the arms fatter ...fat arms usually are fattest from the profile (especially for women..we’ve all seen auntie wave goodbye) wich is hard to see here...but CAN be hinted at from the front by a bulge at the tricep height.

    In addition i think the head is too small.


    Love this SB
    Looking forward to more!


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    Also... on the side views at least... shouldn't the fat couple be leaning back, just a bit? Like, normally, people with all that extra weight in the front tend to shift the weight to their heels to keep in balance. Just a little curvature of the spine would make a lot of difference.

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    WOW! Thanks for advices guys! Really appreciate it!
    I will work on the fat woman soon, for now the man

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    R.i.p.

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    been a while since i checked your book out nice work man am liking the ortho's ! step by step was cool too i liked the finished product keep up the work defo come by again soon !

    btw i remember starting my book roughly same time as you i think and you have more than twice as many pages as me! damn im slow as hell need to try n catch u up! oh and i see improvement nice work!

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    You're doing great with the ortho stuff buddy and we can see nice improvement.
    Cheers!

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    Orthographic views of two warior cats for fighting scene for Mystery of Albesila.



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    Hey! lotta work since I been here last. Good work, too. The female in the fur outfit seems a little long-faced and slope-headed (not enough cramium?). I really like the futuristic masked man with the gun slung on his shoulders, especially his swanky trousers .

    Good to see the game projects is really rolling along!

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    Cool work. Great progress thru the thread. Thanks for popping over!

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    You keep improving! You're displaying some great versatility. The robot and girl touching herself on the previous page are frickin awesome. I love them. Keep up the great work m8!

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    orthos are soo hard.. looking good.. keep going!

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    hi designboot

    some real nice things here. very interesting designs. you are good at rendering things to looks dimentional. and your colors just get better and better. your human proportions are pretty good. but I think it would help you to look at the underlaying bone structure of humans. I think it would help to understand a bit better the basic forms that people are made of. And for drawing the larger people just look at tons of ref. The human forms stay pretty solid though. just some things to help it get even better hopefully. great stuff as usual!

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    I like the cat ... especially the one with scars.

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