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20 Jun 2022 15:11 #41126 by Banj
That does look a lot more integrated into the rest of the image now.
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02 Jul 2022 05:57 - 02 Jul 2022 05:58 #41255 by cgmythology
Banj:  Thanks, glad to hear it!

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And it's time for a new illustration!  This is a group of fantasy warriors, was going for a fairly iconic feel with this one.  I had a reference for the general poses as well, while inventing my own character designs since the models were nude for the most part.  Spent a lot of time bringing the sketch to life and I'm fairly satisfied with it.  I attached it below, any input before I begin the painting process would be greatly appreciated!

 
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02 Jul 2022 09:23 #41256 by Charlotte
I like the group composition and their design but I do have a few issues:
1) The first thing I thought of was the front man's right leg (to our left). Might be the knee armour that does it, but the shape looks oddly bulbous and kind of cut off...
2) I'm not sure if these guys are supposed to be all the same approximate size or if the front guy's supposed to be a giant, but since the girl's feet are almost where his bum/feet are, she looks like she'd reach just over his waist, should he stand up. If they are all "human" in size, I think she needs to be pushed back. And also her foot might look better angled towards us than seen from the side - it looks like a bit of an awkward pose for her...

Any an all misspellings are henceforth blamed on the cats.
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02 Jul 2022 11:17 #41257 by Valence
I don't like the way that the arm pulling the bow is at a completely different angle to the arrow and there doesn't seem to be any tension in the pose or bow. I'd have a look at some proper, more dynamic archery reference as it currently looks more like someone posing for a camera rather than someone ready to shoot.
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