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    Mydrim Custom brush thingie here. There's probably others if you care to look for them.
    No clue how to get it to look all squiggly and hairy though, good luck with that.
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    rubicante> Wow, thanks very much(It sux that it was so "edit> define brush" easy and I haven't find it out myself ). Now there's whole new universe of custom brushes there...

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    DSG 1207: Open-Ended: GREEN & MEAN

    Painting a cyclops: Not one of the Argonauts better ideas.
    Talent and all that for the most part is nothing but hogwash. Any schoolboy with a little aptitude might very well draw better then I perhaps, but what he most often lacks is that tough yearning for realization, the teeth-grinding obstinacy and saying: even though I know I'm not capable of it, I'm still goning to do it.

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    Updated version!
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    GodsToasterOven> Well, I think Jason haven't met a cyclops. It was Odysseus.

    Anyway, that's really odd "green and mean" interpretation, Painting a cyclops

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    Mydrim Always get those two mixed up, oh well.
    Talent and all that for the most part is nothing but hogwash. Any schoolboy with a little aptitude might very well draw better then I perhaps, but what he most often lacks is that tough yearning for realization, the teeth-grinding obstinacy and saying: even though I know I'm not capable of it, I'm still goning to do it.

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    I woke up early so I thought it would be a good idea to sketch a little before breakfast. This one took me about an hour.
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    Don't know what happened to his other arm

    He only needs one to pick his teeth.

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    here is mine. took about 1 1/2 hrs I was playing around with brushes overall i like it, but it does have room for improvement.

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    Dan & Ogar, that is some pretty cool stuff. I like that you, Dan, were thinking out of the box.

    junthi, I like yours, but not so sure aboure the grean and mean, am I missing something?

    Art, you should get your darks darker and light light, I do like where you are going though.

    Zhiwang, I like doing textures alot, the thing that helps me the most is actually observing objects in real life and sort of pull it apart. Like why it looks the way it looks and what not. Is that weird? It would really help if you semi knew what your material is that you are trying to texture. Different specular on different objects and what not. I also like thinking about the history of the object. Where its been, what it has been used for and the like. Hope this helps.

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    DSG 1207: Open-Ended: GREEN & MEAN

    Havent done dsg in a long time. the first thing i thought of with this was the hulk, as im sure a lot of u did as well haha.

    Zhiwang: It all comes in time. If you practice a lot, and study how other people do theirs you will figure it out in no time. i think your peice is interesting but it doesnt say "Mean" to me

    Tommoy: This is a sweet pic, you should finish it up some more, mainly around the face. Make it sharper. Otherwise the red tips are awesome and its a funny looking character.

    WolfBane: very nice! you must play wow cool looking character tho.

    Mydrim: I must say that big guy is amazing. He lookings awesome. The way he was drawn is incredible i love it. The person on top needs more work to match with him tho. Also you should remove all the text, it takes away from the image.

    ogar555: most of this image is very cool. his legs need a lot of work and his anatomy is awkward otherwise i really dig the way hes painted.

    I dont have time to go through them all, sorry if i didnt comment on yours. KEEP DRAWING!!!
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    Sunny Thank you for your crit
    i like your monster very much.
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