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Boxing study for a cghub challenge. Pretty happy with how it turned out, and definitely learned a lot. CS6.

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Dude, this is one of the most realistic drawings I've ever come across! I'm just amazed by it! It's great to get to see all that fluid come out like that. You can see all their muscles and veins so well. The black and white color makes it work perfectly. Everything just seems to come out of real life.

It doesn't seem like they're in a boxing ring. It looks more some flashy background, like you would normally see on this site. I guess it was very appropriate then! Every detail is fantastic. I heard boxing is a rough sport. If you want to do it, more power to you.



So excellent! I love how the sweat and facial expressions emulate the forces being exchanged! You did an awesome job on this, I think it really expresses alot of why some people love boxing. Just in this one piece, this one freeze frame you can imagine alot of what these contenders would of went through to get there, and how far they are willing to go to pull through. Once again, really awesome work! ^-^



I love the fluidity of this very natural mad kudos!!!


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The guy on the left looks like Rocky Marciano. lol



Great piece, love the details. Musculature is sharp, proportions are great, perspective is one. The boxer on the right has that tense tight look of a man ready to strike before he eats that preemptive counter. Once again great piece!


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Disson4nce
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Uploaded
Jun 4, 2013
10:06 PM EDT
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1089 x 720 px
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