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    Polypaint update...Didn't realize how much area there is to cover on this thing...

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    really like the style of this creature but I am not sure about the legs.

    Great polypaint, reminds me of when I used to paint games workshop figures

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    Default DW4 - Despair - Demon Lord

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    • Just noticed your creations here in ZbrushCentral.
    • There is something strange and just a little beyond reality about your work.
    • I like it !
    Doing the best I know how,with the tools I have .
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    Thanks U_L. and Scott, it's always nice to get a little comment or two. As soon as I finish this character for DWIV, I will start a sketch thread and post some more work, but right now it's all business with the deadline for this being next Wednesday...

    Scott, anything in particular that your not sure about on the legs? I am about half way through the polypainting on them right now, so the image here is unfinished right now...hopefully it's nothing too insane!

    Thanks!

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    Ahhhhh! Another update...

    Paint:
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    Normal Test: 8012 Tris
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    I still have issues to deal with, but I can see an end in sight I think. I really can't wait to move on to the next character at this point...This has definitely been a learning experience for the future...

    As usual, any Crits would be most welcome...

    Thanks!

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    Looking great! that branded on logo looks painful and gross!

    You are almost there!

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    Wow, I really enjoyed this post. The legs form an upside down cross, which leaves your piece open to a wide range of interpretation. Not sure if it was intentional but it is in keeping with the dark concept. I would think long about it before you altered them. They may unsettle a few people, but sometimes thats what good art does.
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    Love the color work.Only crit -his belly looks somewhat unfinished,maybe you could paint some veins,add some diversity and contrast to this part of texture.

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