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    Signs of Triumph

    It's a thing I'm trying to finish for hell lot of time, so like most things stretched so mutch in time it has it's issues, so I'll be glad to get some comment on that.

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    nice work! i really like the colors and mood you've gone for. the rocks, the sky and the armor are all painted very well.

    minor crit: The huge sword seems like weird at the end. Maybe it's just the shine or the greed, jade-looking materials...hmm, my eye just keeps going back to it. It's really a minor nit-pick, though.

    edit: took a minor crit back...cuz after looking at it some more it didn't reallly bother afterall

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    very nice... i like the stroke of ur brush.. very comfortable..

    cool...

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    Nice work. Personally, I'm really sick of ridiculously oversized weapons, but they are what they are.


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    Red face

    Im sick of big weapons too... hey peoples, size doesnt matter!, you just have to know how to use it!
    Excellent work anyway, very pretty.

    Crit: in my opinion, the guy on the lower part doesnt look natural since he is perfectly straight looking at the viewer, like in a plane, i have heard that such a thing can never happen in real life, so, its just looks that it doesnt belong in the picture, but what do i know?.
    crit 2:Also, the big light on the background doesnt match with the ilumination of the characters and foreground, i think...

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    Really nice work! I like the colors and the mood very much and the sketchy style is very nice (as Borat would say...).

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    she's cute

    Look, you know what I mean. You take a bunch of people who don’t seem any different from you or me, but when you add them all together you get this sort of huge raving maniac with national borders and an anthem.
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    Looks great but the the swords look a bit unfinished. they dont look metal or sharp enough. the the figures and the armor look strong . cool work.
    KEep posting.

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    looks grreat!

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    This is really great, feels kind of anime inspired but its nicely rendered. The colours are awesome, nice atmosphere and that sword and armour design is just pure awesomeness =P

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    the guy holding the flag is fantastic, love his face

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    Very good.
    The man with the flag looks a bit odd though.
    I can't put my finger on it.


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    I really like how you have rendered the colours; that slighly narrow and mooted beige thing thing you got going really fits the mood. also, I dig the concept the only thing bugging me is the composition; i'd really really want another straightbacked soldier on the other side of her, as with only one it goes out of balnce and make it a little... buggy ... in my opinion.

    keep em coming, please

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    cool pic!
    post more.
    cheers

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    cool painting! like the colors!

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    Damn Right!

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    this is cool. can you post a bigger version of it?

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    And.. is it a girl or a guy? No offense... just there seems to be an anime fad where you make Guys look literally, as much like a girl as possible... think it's called 'bushonen"?

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    I like it!

    Especially how you keep things loose in your background and tighter toward the characters. Its a great way to draw your attention to the subject. Very nice!

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