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    She looks so real ! truly amazing work
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    Hey thanks guys, sorry about the lack of response. Just moved and finally got my computer setup after a week.

    >Just for curiosity, why some of your characters have missing limbs?

    Uh, I don't know. I guess I just gravitate towards them. The space character for instance wasn't my design, it was done by Saiful Haque (google his art you'll be inspired), but the prosthetic really impressed me.

    >What did you use for hair strips on the girl with the partially shaved head?

    Those are IMM strips. I lay them out, then use the move tool to shift them around.

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    Some clothing options, what do you guys prefer?


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    very cool cloth.love the second one.mechanical hand is a very good idea.

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    Looking great! Really like where C is going, its got the same flow as her hairstyle which works well together. I'm also digging the little jacket and the silhouette its giving off.

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    Tough decision! I like the jacket and mech arm in B but I prefer the overall outfit on C. Why no mech arm in C? Perhaps you could do a flesh colored versions of the mech arm for C, Or a normal looking arm with plate seams for C, so she maintains the classy look yet has a little something extra? Perhaps C could have a subtle mechanical arm treatment that you barely notice or don't catch on the first viewing?

    No matter how you slice it, it's lovely work.
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    I really like C... simple and effective [though in 3d world probably not enough details ] + not too much of the bunny teeth

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    Thanks guys, thank you Intervain I agree about the 'plainness', although I do like the simplicity. I am considering keeping it rather plain and doing something with the sleeves, although I suppose a well placed strap or pocket might add some depth. I took the C concept a bit further to see where it would take me.


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    i really like
    very good work

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    Nice style of clothes. Can't wait next shots!

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    this is turning out so great!

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    I love how natural she looks. Keep going!

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    nice stuff!

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    Thanks guys. So just the next step, refining stuff and working on some new things. The earpiece I have a lot of design work to do on, I am not happy with the current direction, so I will probably go back to the design and try to rework it. It was mentioned that there are too sharp of edges for it to be comfortable, so I might try something a bit more curved and friendly.

    Shoes I am finally happy with, design wise anyways, they still need texture and details, but I like that they are very simple in terms of style, go better with the coat.

    Critiques and opinions very appreciated.




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