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His stance looks a little awkward...
Gorgeous use of texture.
''Rock beats scissors!'' sorry, i couldn't resist... cool design, like to see more of the same
very nice painting! only critique i have is that he looks a little stubby. Like he has no neck and a short torso or something. other than that, amazing rendering skills!
Life is a long lesson in humility.
The perspective is a lil' wonky but, your painting is masterly as usual.. I dont know how your cranking these out so quickly...
Mainloop- man i must be dyslexic.. cuz i thought you asked how many people are on lsd
First one is just gorgeous!
always knew that you have great skills when I saw your creature concepts
the armor design is really impressive and also the execution is
but in both pieces are anatomical problems with the shoulders of these guys
I really respect your creative concept.
And one more posted picture is also very impressive
I see a little Zelda in there, is it on purpose?
super great !!! I like your texture and the color . your Characterdesign is awessome.
good day everyone ! enjoy your life
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I really enjoy your use of greys. And have stolen it for future use.
Fantastic! Really rich colours - I can almost feel the leather!
Really love # 13. Just seems to flow all that much more. Keep it up.
You have great painting skills!
one think I want to mention though, beware of stiffness in your figures, start with a strong lively gesture before proceeding onto painting. Act it out if necessary. The girl's shoulder on the second piece seems dislocated.
You have extensive knowledge on anatomy, but I think its a good idea to subordinate them when you have super detailed armor design. Its not good when everything compete for attention.
Overall its really high quality work!
let it be.
nothing really to crit because this fellow is really cool. He has this kind of fantasty feel but it also feels real world and grounded. Good Job.