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Old 03 March 2005   #61
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Yeh!!Nice one again that guardian,man!!!Although I agree with NOOB for the hammer.I also find the charcter pose a little too static,a little bit like he has been frozen or something, Anyway I know already great art will come out here again and I wish you all the fun and luck!!!
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Old 03 March 2005   #62
Wow man!

great sort of details on the characters! Their expressions are too strong! It will become a great and clever work.

see ya on the process!

Gus
 
Old 03 March 2005   #63
ur stuff is getting crazy and crazier~~!the amount of details and the design are awesome!
hmm..like replies mentioned above,the pose looks alittle stiff indeed.i'll be back for more~~
 
Old 03 March 2005   #64
I dont know how you can get so much detail into your images and still retain your sanity!
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Old 03 March 2005   #65
Very nice!

Only thing what might have done the piece look better is turning the walking path slightly off from left to right

I dont think this very typical style youre usually using. Atleast by looking at your website.

Good luck!
 
Old 03 March 2005   #66
like always, a very good draw, but, it's a new idea or you integrate this in your first sketch?
 
Old 03 March 2005   #67
Cool work, you always make your Tranchefeux style and it is great!

I love the Buscema (or frazetta) references even if the costume design is more closer to the Art of Simon Bisley.
It is reminded me the old conan comic books ^_^
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Old 03 March 2005   #68
Noob;
Thank you for the comment, I will see for the hammer, good
suggestion.


Okmer:
Thank you for the comment, for the installation, it is true
that it is a little static, but the remainder of the composition will
be more dynamic, therefore I think that there will be a good balance
I hope.

Gus clifton:
Thank you for your encouragements.

ms@zx:
Thank you for your remark and interest on the post.

Jose Pardo;
I it is not either why I makes details at this stage of
search, the problem when I begin a drawing it is that I am not able
any more to stop, thank you for your supports.

Falcor:
Thank you for the comment, not indeed have seldom orders me
this kind of illustration which is intended more for the edition, for
which I work seldom considering the very low budget, but I adore this
style and amuses me much to do it.

MDN67:
Thank you for the comment, not it is not made to come in the
1st skecht, I left on other thing, I think that that will be better
like direction, of seeing.


Riddick;
Thank you for your remark, yes this time I want to make
heroic imagination, and I is very fan of all his super artists
that you site, even if I prefer Frazetta because there remains the
release of all the others which melts this style, I will try to make a
homage, it is not very original, but me I am there to amuse me, You
joint not with the challenge to defend our colors.
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Old 03 March 2005   #69
wow! simply stunning! maybe i should just gather all my paint brushes and go sell them, and then go into something unartistic like . . . like accounting! you guys are just too good.

ps, im not trying to offend accountants, im currently 4th year studying it, so . .. im offending myself.
 
Old 03 March 2005   #70
YES, you found some time to work a bite!
you have no pytie for F. , the tigre look familiar..
 
Old 03 March 2005   #71
Excellent concept sketches.

Do you have a final idea yet ???

Frazetta is a good one to pay homage to.

I was wondering what sort of color scheme will you be using???
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Old 03 March 2005   #72
Alot of detail

Could turn out very good. Like the drawing, lots of detail in there.
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Old 03 March 2005   #73
Hi Tranchefeux

I just stopped in to see your developments - I love your new drawing- POWERFUL CHARACTERS, POWERFUL TECHNIQUE!

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Old 03 March 2005   #74
Amazing linework, reminds me of Burne Hogarth or perhaps Sam Keith's work when he was doing Prince Namor for Marvel.

No crits yet, I'm keeping track of this one.

-L
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Old 03 March 2005   #75
Hey guys, thank you for the last follow-ups,
I think of being able to send my other concept tomorrow.
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