Talia Concept art

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Talia Concept art

Author Comments

a painting of a character.



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BitterBrushAnimation responds:

thank you! :)

Nice character. There are a few things that needs to be fixed. The hand looks a bit odd, it looks more like a claw than a hand. The thumb is too far from the rest of the fingers and one leg has a strange point that needs to be smoothed out and both legs look too big compared to the rest of her body. Other than that good job.

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BitterBrushAnimation responds:

originally she was holding something in the sketch but i guess i forget to paint that... wasn't really important though, i was just wanting to see if here color scheme was working.. actually both legs have that point so will her chin arms and several other parts of her. i still need to work it out a bit but when i create her model i am gonna try to go for a model that looks like a game model (with those points and creases you see in some lower graphics games.) but is just as detailed and subdivided as a typical model. it is a stylistic choice that i need to iron out some more... probably in 3d space. in short iam a better 3d artist then a painter so i wasn't able to get everything exactly right but its a good starting point. i do appreciate all your helpful feedback! :)

Hey, nice one ! :]

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BitterBrushAnimation responds:

Thanks! :3 i do appreciate it!

Very good :D I love her eyes!

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BitterBrushAnimation responds:

thank you so much! ^.^ they were rather fun to do.

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Credits & Info

3.95 / 5.00

Jun 18, 2015 | 11:55 PM EDT
File Info
2550 x 2100 px
746.7 kb

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