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    This guy is a nutter...this was a idea I got from you critics after you said one of my "Prince Harlond" character looked like his sword was going into him. I thought "Well what if it was?, would that be wrong?", I lurve this forum!:cool:

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    crazy idea.

    ;-)

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    LOL

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    exercise on the feet
    and the grenade and sword look flat
    crazy ideagood

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    I think I was the one that said that....yay, I inspired someone... Nice drawing...holding the sword in his chest, awesome.
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    Thanks,

    yeah feet do look a bit dodgy don't they. Sometimes I look at my pics are think they are so...flat...is it just me looking at my pics for too long?, or am I a bad illustrator?

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    The hips on the right hand image look really messed up.

    and the angle the sword comes out of his chest looks wierd.

    But an amusing concept none the less.

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    this illustration looks flat because the shading is exactly the same for the far body parts as it is for the near. and, the image on the right where he is crouching, there seems to be no consideration for how the arms and legs interact. if his arms were really where they appear to be, his feet would be on the same visual level as his bottom on the ground because the arms look like they are at his sides, and they are in front of the legs.

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    this illustration looks flat because the shading is exactly the same for the far body parts as it is for the near
    How do you mean?, as in nearer parts should be darker while the further away parts are lighter?

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    How do you mean?, as in nearer parts should be darker while the further away parts are lighter? [/B][/QUOTE]

    switch that around and you got it right.

    You gotta know what you is doin so you don't get a bad lergy on your knob.
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