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    x-titan and decosouza... thank you very much i appreciate your comments...
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    i have to change a little the head because i didn't get good references about it , hope you like it...

    next step , the tail.

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    Nice sculpt buddy, I would like to suggest you to review the head of pumpkinhead again. Take a look on references once more as I feel the back side of head looks too bulky that is looking a little out of proportion. Well I'd faced the similar problem while sculpting pumpkinhead and had to re-sculpt the character again to get better shapes. I would update soon so that I can get some feedback my sculpt too. Cheers!

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    Great progress, keep it up
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    narendraK - thanks a lot for yours suggestions. later i´ll upload an image of the change and for sure , i´ll keep an eye on your thread... (by the way, where did you get the pictures of the head )

    x-titan - thanks a lot.
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    looking for better form and proportions

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    more of the process, I hope you like it...

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    some props to build the scene









    this one could be my favorite

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    more images...

    hope you like it




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    well, finally i start to build my scene with all the accessories i made, this is a preview...

    i hope you like it.

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    Man, really sweet work on the scene! I love the tutorials as well, very informative. PumpkinHead has a better setup than me Keep it up, time's running out, all the best!
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    Nice scene and great tutorial. Thanks for them !

    My only critic would be that some of the elements don't fit together because of they have a different style. For example, the wooden planks are very cartoony due to the scale of their patterns whereas the brick wall is quite realistic.

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    x-titan --- thanks a lot for your comment , i'm rushing to finish...

    Ouran --- i really appreciate your critic , is something that i didn´t notice when i was looking for references to built my assets, i found a reference that i liked and started working ,somehow i´ll try to solve it.
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