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    ::Creature Designs::

    Two designs that are works-in-progress.

    I was thinking of a rhino as I was drawing the 1st one, and of a deer while drawing the 2nd one.

    The anatomy for the 2nd one isn't really final, as I need to find a reference first, and the bit I have now is just out of my head.

    Any crits/comments welcome!

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    very cool so far. My only suggestion is more movement.

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    On the first critter, the nearest leg to us needs to go back a bit (about a half-width) to make it look properly balanced. Just a niggle...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonyhough
    On the first critter, the nearest leg to us needs to go back a bit (about a half-width) to make it look properly balanced. Just a niggle...

    ahh, good point!

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    beutiful detailing and light and shadow on the first piece. please finish detailing this one - it looks like it could become a portfolio piece. maybe pay attention to the placement of the far ear- it may be visible although the creature is being seen from its left side. The second creature doesn't look well grounded to me. Perhaps better placement of feet on a ground plane may help.

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    hi

    1.nice detail..
    2.good skin
    3.so strong.
    4.eye>?...not good enought

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