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repaint of that slightly scifi marine gay knight guy dude. Driving me up against the wall.. >_<
aaargh, can't seem to get this one right. Well they can't all be zingers :/
EDIT: Slight rework. Spot the differences, still sucks >_<
Last edited by Pixeltuner; July 3rd, 2012 at 06:52 PM.
You're a busy little bee aren't you? Keep going, I love the glistening tentacle thing in the CHOW piece.
wow man, you have made huge leaps ! i really really like the pirate piece haha ! your work is awesome
Nice on the redesigns.
The poses on the characters themselves seem stiff (a problem I myself suffer as well).
I really like the wetness you paint in a lot of your stuff though. The eyes and lips look so juicy (the jacket and skirt on baroness looks nice for that same reason too).
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Love the Chow, the skintone is very nice.
The design on this dangerous looking creature is really awesome.
And oh man, the zombie pirate a few posts back blew my mind. It's so fucking hilarious.
Sent you a msg about the CHAL.
Wow, i love how u paint for the very first painting u posted! really amazing!
Slick updates man, I really love your designs and painting technique. Colors are pretty fab, too. Though I would suggest perhaps softening up some of your strokes? Not all of them, but enough to contrast against the sharp edges some and define smooth surfaces better. Just a thought. Keep em comin!
What can I say, I've just been into hard-edge mode for the past couple of whatevers to get that down properly