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  • #43472
    Linea24
    Linea24
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    I like their outfits!

    #43476

    Trekkie
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    Thanks, Linea!

    #43480
    Jeimuzu
    Jeimuzu
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    @linea24 said:

    I like their outfits!

    I agree with Linea, I’m really digging the Airship uniforms.

    #43497

    Trekkie
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    Thank you! They’re good fun to work on.

    #110049

    Trekkie
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    And we’re back to our irregularly unscheduled creation posting

    I’ve recently started watching westerns, and in the time the forums were down I watched an awful lot of them. And I got inspired, and came up with this:

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    #110135
    Anarchangel
    Anarchangel
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    Oh I love westerns but haven’t seen one in so long. This character looks like she’d be great in a movie. Really nice work. 🙂

    #111144

    Trekkie
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    Thanks Anarch!

    I started out with The Magnificent Seven, then some John Wayne ones, two thirds of the Dollars Trilogy and a few others. The number of westerns I have is starting to rival the number of war movies

    #113955

    Trekkie
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    Guess who’s still on a western kick?

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    #113975
    Stulte
    Stulte
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    Great posing, there!

    I tried something similar a while back, but couldn’t get it right. You, however, have pulled it off pretty much perfectly.

    #114019

    Trekkie
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    Thanks Stulte!

    #114074

    RobM
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    Trekkie, I agree with Stulte re: Gunslinger’s pose. Very natural. Also nice to see a character who represents an under-appreciated historical reality of the Old West – lots more people of color on the range than pop culture would lead us believe.

    @stulte, I actually find it easier to pose naturally using clothes pieces than with body pieces. Sometimes I use Body pieces as a frame for the clothes, but sometimes I skip them altogether.

    #114082

    Trekkie
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    @robm: Yeah, the Hollywood version of the Old West is rather more white than it was in reality (for example, there were quite a number of black and Mexican cowboys). So while I was creating the character I figured, why not make a black gunslinger?

    I usually create the basic pose using body items, then put the clothes on top which usually works to cover up awkward joins (especially at the shoulders). Had to do a lot of masking to get the shirt to fit right, though.

    #114096
    Stulte
    Stulte
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    @ RobM

    Oh, I agree with that. I very rarely set up the entire body before adding clothes.
    @ Trekkie

    Well, it looks great 🙂

    #114540

    Trekkie
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    Just reposting this character with the correct name for the contest on the blog before I forget:

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    #116466

    Trekkie
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    Where were we?

    Anyway, I’ve actually made something for a challenge!

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