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    9 Creature Horror/Fanatsy

    These are other creature designs, I've done some time ago. I eventually want to paint them. After getting some input from my other piece which was helpful, I thought I 'd post a few more drawings. It's been help to see other people's posts, most of all the tutorials and techniques are helpful. I look forward putting up more of my current peices soon.

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    You have some great skill in these concepts. I suggest you work a little more on yuor anatomy. I know that they are freaky monsters and creatures but they can be traced to the human body and its form. Great stuff so far, keep posting.

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    You have a wicked imagination. The medusa-like creature has great design elements and rendered textures. Very dramatic. The character's pose in the 1st post is what I like the best here. The attutude is strong, forceful. I do agree with previous comment. A little anatomy and design exploration in opposing muscle groups, can furthur push the grand gestures that your characters possess and will bring your work to new levels.

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    Excellent fun stuff! Minor issues with foreshortening and anatomy but otherwise dynamite!

    One thing you could work on to really make things pop is shading the planes of your figures to show the form better, right now they are marvelously detailed but could have more mass and form.

    Keep em coming!

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    This is some great stuff. I would like to see you color some of them. The snake chic is badass. Usually when artist draw a character like that one ,they come out pretty corny.

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    Fantastic!
    Can't wait to see more!


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    ... thanks

    thanks for the input... that's one of my goals is working on anatomy. I'll have some sketches i'm working on which I'm using to prep up my portfolio. As for painting... it's been a while, I need to practice. Also, I'm trying to work on more background and perspective.

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    YES! I love creatures! Finally someone who draws the same kinda things I do. I love it! Definitely awesome art going on here. I love the guy with all of the peoples heads on sticks!

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    Very cool stuff! You certainly have a great imagination for beasties!

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    There Are Realy Good Concepts... Keep Working :d

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    Wow great stuff, I love the one with heads on the spikes. Maybe add some shadows on the ground under the characters to make them a bit more grounded, since some of them seem to be floating around a bit.

    Anyway keep making the cool stuff

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    You have a great concept thinking ability. Absolutely love the last character with the swords for hands. I agree with the rest of the guys with alittle bit of anatomy you'd be unstoppable. Keep it up and lets see some perspective pieces.

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    Love these designs! Can't wait to see what you post next.

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