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    I really like that last one...even with the 'mutant thumb'
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    I'd certainly appreciate a tut on doing the painting...I've had no success teaching myself so far. I'm usually a very stick-to-it type of guy but I've had little time the past few months and I'd like to finish my dancer.
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    Yes, dancing girls make everyone happy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ascension View Post
    I'd certainly appreciate a tut on doing the painting...I've had no success teaching myself so far. I'm usually a very stick-to-it type of guy but I've had little time the past few months and I'd like to finish my dancer.
    The book I have that is brilliant is by Matt Dixon, titled: "The Fantasy Artist's Figure Drawing Bible." Other than that, there are some great tutorials I am finding on deviantart.com

    My own process is fairly experimental and guess-and-testy so i am not sure if a tutorial by myself would be too handy at this stage of the game...

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    These are looking great. There's a real development of style in these last couple of images. The hours you've put in are definitely showing.
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    Wip goblin attack

    I am going to try to make a more fully realized scene... backgrounds and all eventually...

    i am curious as to ideas of clothes for this goblin guy... i mean to do tattoos and such later, but what do folks think he should wear?

    here are two versions, one with a bit more armour than the other...

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    Wip goblin attack

    i figured he might be taking on a young dwarf...

    still not sure about the goblin's outfit...

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    I think his loin cloth is great but you might want to make it all tattered. Unless, he's royalty. That guy looks pretty clean, like a model of some kind. You might want to "grub" him up a bit - maybe a notch in his blade as well.
    I'd vote for a gold ring in his ear too.
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    Your goblins seem to have some interesting ideas about what body parts are high priority for armouring

    As for clothes, maybe something akin to a biker vest would look good on this one. Make it worn and ragged, marked with sword cuts and crude decorations.

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