Namnocillis: Thanks for the feedback… and yeah, point taken, I’ll number them next time!
Daz: Cheers dude, still utterly envious of your challenge designs.
Stu: Cheers dude… gotta find me some time to work on them!
FrozzT: My thumbs at this kinda stage (a 20 minute effort on a lunchtime!) aren’t the clearest of things, and there’s never meant to be anything specific in them just me looking for interesting silhouettes. None of them have any real human features such as faces or arms in my head, but these kind of silhouettes it’s always interesting to hear other’s intepretations. My thanks for the in depth comment, much appreciated.
Martin: thanks for the feedback!
Nikolay: Linework will be next on the list. I have to make sure my overall shape is interesting before I get lost in details!
Magda: Thanks m’dear… awesome to see you in this challenge too!
Deadinthe Attic: ahah thanks… I get the feeling this guy will be a lurker, most definitely!
Simon: thanks! I have to admit I still like the very first head I did… though bodies perhaps from later sets… might have to try combining them!
Bryce: Thanks! Yeah, it’s always struck me that people don’t seem to pay too much attention to the rules of the breifs in these kinda contests, but I see it as if I’ve been given a task from an art director. Wouldn’t really do for me to whizz off and do whatever I feel like! Too many human parts getting into demon lords in this challenge for my liking, but each to their own, it’s good so many are taking part!
And here’s a couple of those last set of thumbs with a little more detail… I flipped the lower left design on its head after printing it out and seeing it upside down made it look a little less like Jason Chan’s demon piece, which I think must have been subconciously stuck in my head from somewhere!