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  • in reply to: Candruth’s Characters :3 #147429
    Candruth
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    Dropping this off– Kalizir, take 3:

     

     

    Here’s take 1 and take 2.

     

     

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    in reply to: Jeimuzu’s World #141417
    Candruth
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    Welp, pack it up, folks. I think we’re done here.

     

    (and congrats on the graduation! I, too, am a brand new college grad)

    in reply to: Candruth’s Characters :3 #141066
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    I’m still here, but just lurking around. I’ll get the itch again eventually πŸ˜€

    in reply to: Just my Machinings #140403
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    @ all moderators – Nominated for the Hall of Fame! Please submit pic!

    Yup. I agree. I’ll be keeping an eye on this gallery for sure.

    Awesome job πŸ˜€

    in reply to: Candruth’s Characters :3 #139775
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    A slightly more everyday version of Malai:

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    in reply to: Suleman's creations #139346
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    I guess you’re not a real ‘machiner until etc. etc. etc.

    Now we just need those keyboard controls with HM4, right?

    Right? (please let there be keyboard controls)

    in reply to: Suleman's creations #139324
    Candruth
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    You skipped over the bouts of acute tendinitis in your clicking finger. Or maybe that’s just me.

    You sweat nervously and hope they don’t notice how you use the same shortcuts in every design because you’re so focused on other, tiny details that most viewers will never notice anyway

    This speaks to me on a deep, personal level.

    in reply to: Candruth’s Characters :3 #138937
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    Thanks to all of you! I’m just a sucker for really cool armor πŸ˜›

    in reply to: Candruth’s Characters :3 #138827
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    Eris:

     

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    in reply to: The House of Overkill #138598
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    Welcome back πŸ˜€

    Love the veiny arms. Totally gross and cool.

    in reply to: Candruth’s Characters :3 #138595
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    The leaf-cape

    I spent more time debating how much I was going to shade on that thing than I did actually shading it.

    . . . yeahhhh, you can keep using gold . . . Β 

    I just feels so good to look at. πŸ˜›

    in reply to: Candruth’s Characters :3 #138508
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    *wipes screen off*

    Thanks so much! πŸ˜€

    in reply to: Candruth’s Characters :3 #138455
    Candruth
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    This is a pretty extensive remake of my DruidΒ character from a long time ago that I wasn’t terribly happy with. More of a loose interpretation, I guess. I’ll stop using gold someday, I promise.

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    in reply to: Tiberius' Character Emporium #138454
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    Looks even betterΒ with the tweaks. I love the pose and the design– and the shading is really well-done. Great work πŸ˜€

    in reply to: Candruth’s Characters :3 #138312
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    @HerrD

    Thanks for your insight. My characters have been the main focus of the story, so I’m struggling a little with the world/plot-building aspect of it. The feel I’ve been going for in this world is shabby, run-down, and sort of slapped-together, where even the advanced technology isn’t that great. When I was designing my General, I realized the leg was too long but I loved the idea so much that I ran with it (heh) and incorporated it into the story, since it’s a pretty compelling comment on the state of bionics which are attached in secret inside hospitals by sympathetic nurses, or inside homes, or wherever they can get away with it. Even if it’s not ideal, it’s still better than not having a limb, and that’s basically the ideology the resistance operates on. They sort of make it up as they go.


    @cliff
    @Lull-carae

    Thanks so much for your kind words. I appreciate it. πŸ˜€

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