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Bitey Concept Art

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Bitey Concept Art
Photogrounds: The Newgrounds Photo Book
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1. Full body concept by Jeremy Nguyen
http://www.jeremywinslife .com/
2. Promotional study by John Grello
http://ionic.cghub.com/
4. Original character by Adam Phillips
http://bitey.com/

Watch Bitey of Brackenwood
http://www.newgrounds.com /portal/view/158417

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phan

is a very nice character

Nice Anatomy!

I gotta say, bitey looks pretty in that middle pic. :3 Makes me wonder how you're gonna do the legs. Photomanip?

great art but...

I think your art is great, but its extremely unnecessary to see the other pictures surrounding your art. We all know who Bitey is, we dont need to look at the art. Also, you generally show terrible art next to it, as if your art is so much more spectacular, which is kinda....egotistical.

Nice work

Some critisisms:
Both Biteys look too muscular I think, narrow shoulders and a little belly would look better. Also, even though the 2nd one looks impressive, it isn't congruent making it unbelievable. I don't 'get' the very detailed body combined with the stylized white eyes. Also some hair on the torso could make the different parts of the create fit better?

sweet!

John Grello's Bitey looks awesome!

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