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it's been about a year since i drew these guys

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oh that diabolical smirk she's planning something……something dare i say EVIL? ahah i love it!


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Very nice. Was wondering when I'd see these characters again; they look amazing!

The pistol girl's stance seems odd to me, almost like she's leaning forward with her gun angled slightly behind her. Not the best of stances, I think, and it takes away from the overall look.

For the guy, the left leg is a little wonky. A little more bend in the knee and a little less extended, and it would look much less awkward.

No issues with the sniper chick. Then again, she always was my favorite xD



Looks good.
The guy's left leg ( the one behind the girl's leg). It seems to be so far away and extended to the point where it cannot support the guy's standing pose.
And the sniper chick's belly needs a bit more of a bump on her abdomen. I think it looks like she is forcing a press with her belly muscles now.
Everything else works.



Nice one. But don't you think that the pink-hair girl had the better murder gaze with those pink eyes from previous arts?


G3no responds:

mmmm i'm not sure, i feel like that one is outdated


love the scars!! they look like they had their fair share of fighting :O
nice...


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Jun 26, 2014
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