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Blibbles .hack//G.U.

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This is more or less character design. I've been playing .hack//G.U. since I got back from Oregon. My boyfriend lent me the game, so I started playing. Can't believe how hooked I got. So I made this guy. Blibbles. If I were playing in the World. I'd be a Ya Tribe Beast, whose an Adept Rogue. Points spent in Blade Brandier and Steam Gunner.

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Dot hack is that amazing

I'm a DIE HARD .hack fan, the games are amazing and addictive, very nice. I myself would be a human adept rogue , starting with twin blades, with add on edge punisher and then a blade brandier, anyway, nice art

Hmmm notbad

~~REVIEW~~
Heh well this was notbad i like your character, there were a few points i thought looked odd and maybe improved on, such as the legs look abit on the short side aswell as the head looking somewhat small, I like that you added some sorta backround, but maybe have a backdrop scene instead of just the color theme, another thing i noticed was maybe you can have his hair on his head and end of tail more "FURRY" like with that shade of blue you have it looks just plain and smooth, so add abit of depth to it if you can, well its a nice character looks like you have something here go with it and improve on it.

~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
i would like to see the hair improved with a more hairy like or in your characters case more furry like, the leggs look out or portion and slightly on the head aswell

~X~

nice jod

love the artwork

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