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Eraz of Maadoth


A fullbody picture I made for a reference sheet of a friend's character for her own universe.
Enjoy c: .

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This is a truly stylistic drawing! My only complaint is that the design of the head isn't that good. It's still really fun to look at. The best part is the lower half of his body. Those look like holdings for ammunition. I don't know what those things are called.

I also love the name. It's great that you did this drawing for a friend. You really showed devotion in it. The dark atmosphere works so well. I just now noticed the little lights.

Good Job

I like this piece of yours, interesting colors too. What really bothers me though is his left foot. I know it's suppose to be at an angle, but it just kind of seems off for me. Well it is in my opinion, other than that, it is an amazing art I've seen so far.


This is great. I would like to know more about this character though.

Sweet work.

I actually really love this. The linework and color are awesome and loose. The proportions are a little off, mostly on how short the arm is, but it all still works. Good job, I'll keep an eye on you.


When I saw the face I thought "reaper" or "scarecrow" ( from batman ). The outfit kind of makes me think of a druid, or wanderer. It's an interesting design, but the only "real" problem I see is, that well, I can't tell whether or not its wearing some sort of glove.

Seenya responds:

Oh , I can totally see what do you mean.
Actually these are his real claws.Though next time I will try to add some more of contrast, just to point out a few of details so it won't confuse people.
Thanks c: .

Credits & Info

4.67 / 5.00

Sep 10, 2010
12:11 PM EDT
File Info
629 x 1024 px
1.1 MB

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