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  • #126841
    Skoul
    Skoul
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    Wow very mean looking. I likey!

    #126851
    Suleman
    Suleman
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    Thanks a lot, Skoul and Vampyrist! The Alien Cyborg turned out to be more popular than I expected, it was a fairly quick and simple idea. I guess the gleam effect I used when shading the metal parts worked pretty well!

     

    Also, here is a Dwarf Princess, out to break some skulls and hearts.

    #127058
    Suleman
    Suleman
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    So here are some Imperial Soldiers. They form the bulk of the evil Empress’s armies. Basically, if my lady knight characters were bosses in a beat em up, these would be the mooks.

    #127110
    Suleman
    Suleman
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    I wrote a basic guide for how I approach shading in Heromachine. It doesn’t go into the nitty gritty details, but it might be interesting if you’re not a shading expert. Check it out!

    #127111
    Suleman
    Suleman
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    I made a second part of the basic shading guide. Check it out and tell me what you think!

     

    EDIT: A third one!

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 2 months ago by Suleman Suleman.
    #127135
    Suleman
    Suleman
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    Fourth basic guide! This time, I go over how I construct faces, step by step.

    You can find it here.

    #127880
    Suleman
    Suleman
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    A tiefling paladin for a Dungeons And Dragons game. Though they boast of their many brave deeds beyond the western mountains, you have a feeling they’re not telling you the whole truth.

     

    EDIT:

    I forgot tieflings have tails in fourth edition.

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 2 months ago by Suleman Suleman.
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    #127911
    Suleman
    Suleman
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    Also, here’s a closeup of the Tiefling Paladin’s face. I tried out some shading techniques.

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 2 months ago by Suleman Suleman.
    #127915
    CosmicComics
    CosmicComics
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    Lady Anaconda is by far my favourite of your recent work ! Well done !

    #127942

    Vampyrist
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    The tiefling is great.

    #127987
    Suleman
    Suleman
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    Thanks, guys! I still want to make more warrior and armor designs, but I’m looking for more ways to improve the general quality of my stuff.
    Everyone: Could you give me some advice on how to improve my works? Is there something in specific that I could do better in terms of shading, design, posing?
    I still don’t feel super comfortable doing backgrounds, I don’t have lots of ideas for them.

    #128106
    Suleman
    Suleman
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    So here’s the Ale-Drinking Wizard. She’s just here to have a pint. Don’t disturb her. Just. Don’t. They still haven’t gotten rid of the stains of the last idiot who tried something like that.

    This was mostly just a perspective exercise. Not quite satisfied with it, yet. I have no art education or training, so I’m just improvising here. Bear with me.

    #128107
    Ruffblade027
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    I really like the background on that one

    #128117
    Suleman
    Suleman
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    Thanks, man! The whole perspective thing got started when I couldn’t find a good piece for the bar table. Here’s what my earlier sketch looked like:

    In retrospect, I probably should have kept the pipe.

    #129075
    Suleman
    Suleman
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    Here’s an ogre. She’s not nearly as dumb as you might think. It’s just that when you weigh half a ton, tossing big rocks at your problems is actually a pretty practical solution.

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