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Naur's Drow free art, now with extra trans fats!

Naur's Drow free art, now with extra trans fats!

Postby Naur » Sun Feb 21, 2010 2:48 pm

To start things off, a bit of stuff inspired by my hobbit on lord of the rings online, Kinnickinic

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Re: Naur's Drow free art, now with extra trans fats!

Postby Jayngfet » Mon Feb 22, 2010 5:17 am

Something about the second picture strikes me as ...odd. The ppositioning of things seems wierd, particularly the loincloth and bow. Just my 2 cents though. ^^;
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Re: Naur's Drow free art, now with extra trans fats!

Postby jrhindo » Mon Feb 22, 2010 11:26 am

^ Hobbit lower body perspective is off if thats what you meant.
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Re: Naur's Drow free art, now with extra trans fats!

Postby Naur » Mon Feb 22, 2010 2:27 pm

if you say it's off......tell exactly how please

or red line it and show how
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Re: Naur's Drow free art, now with extra trans fats!

Postby Naur » Mon Feb 22, 2010 5:11 pm

actually what I think it is really is looking at it is more the difference between the perspective of the legs verses the arms. The legs are actually right for the angle of the pic and position of the others around him, but the arm and bow are too forced in perspective and thus making it look off. It was a bit of an ambitious pose and tricky so I'm just going to leave it as a lesson learned and focus on some of the good things about it.
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Re: Naur's Drow free art, now with extra trans fats!

Postby Jayngfet » Wed Feb 24, 2010 7:58 am

Also, picture two, the top zombie's head could use some shading to make it more clear what position it's in. Fairly sure it's bowed slightly and looking at our little hobbit lass, but it's odd without proper shading.
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