Gargulakk Hunter


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Waiting for the bus...

The Gargulakk are a characteristically tall tribe dwelling about the plains and woodlands of territories unclaimed or unclaimable by more developed nations. They tend to be extremely good hunters of
beast or man, which encourages private enforcement firms to seek them out as bounty hunters and generally intimidating deliverers of bad news or swift demise.

I'm trying to develop my pictures to moar than just linewerk and paintbukkitz, so this was a general test moar than anything else.
If anyone has any suggestions, critiques, or flabberghastery, post it.


What the hell?

Why the hell is the score of this a 1.67?! Christ, the way people on this site rate things is insufferable.
It's not bad. I actually really liked it; the painting style strays from your norm, in that it doesn't use outlines, which creates a more natural feel, although it still has your aesthetic style in it. You did a good job of creating textures in the outfit, the design of which is actually really cool. I like the character and his expression a lot. A monster hunter waiting from the bus.
Some little things: The background (particularly the sky) looks unrefined, and how bulky his clothing is makes his head look too small.

Keep it up, try and do some more stuff with this style. I know I'm a little late in commenting on this and it's a little old, but still, I like your work and want to see more.

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Dalenbourg responds:

Wow man, thanks for the response! It's always good to see you round the site!

Yes, this was the last thing i have digitally painted. since then ive been doing colour studies and actual learning, so when im able to get back into digipainting i'll be all down and contributing again.

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Mar 21, 2010
12:30 AM EDT
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612 x 792 px
239.2 KB

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