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Blah blah blah, value practice, blah blah blah took hours. I was tired as hell by the time I got this one done....and it doesn't even have legs!

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Excellent texturing

Reminds me of Da Vinci's "vitruvian man" with that circle background and the pose.
Great work on the metal, since not only can you tell it's metal you've given the flat areas enough texture and detail so that it does't look boring.
Anatomy's spot on but then again you seem to be pretty experienced with that anyway. Now for some legs! I'm thinking he can fly, add a dystopic future battlefield with some interesting effects and backlighting and you'll have yourself a frontpaged piece of art easily.

Gunzet responds:

Ah thanks a lot. I may just draw this character again some time in the future. But for right now it was just practice, hopefully I'll get a frontpage piece at one point xD

Flawlwss, even without legs

This kinda reminds me of the cyborg ninja from mgs, but it is definitely different enough to be unassociated, but only after a closer look. I love the proportion and pose of the hands. They look like you would need a crowbar to get one mitt off your wrist (Stranger Danger!).

Gunzet responds:

Yea, as I was working on this I was gonna make one eye in the middle, but I also thought of MGS lol. So I left that out. Thankyou, I think I messed up on the thumb a bit xD...

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