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Very nice piece

Wow a very nice piece here indeed with some nice drawings I do like the black and white style and was pretty nifty with all the details I wouldn't mind some color though that would really push this over the edge

~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
Adding some or a lot of color would be nice

~X~



Trough smoke and radiation
Its total annihilation.
Forming a death battalion.
Living for the revolution.

Nice world war 2 soldier style.
Traditional gaz mask
Iron helmet
Is that an M1 garand? Or was it a german mauser K98
(All small details on the barrel end and the aim type)

Tip: Since the character is a little looking on the side maybe showing it on the front pocket and to get an oxygen bottle or backpack on the guy. Now that would be perfect. (Normandy beaches, it was actually there equipment that killed most of the soldiers. they drowned under there weight...)


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Taiylz responds:

Thank you for the educational and interesting comment. I take it you know your WW History? I'd like to know a lot more about it. I don't know which gun it is, but I gave the guy the helmet the english troops wore, so i'd say it was the M1, (or he coulda picked up a k98 off the ground) I love drawing WW1/2 era soldiers, but i'm afraid my knowledge about them is limited. Thank you for the tip though, definitely take it into account when inspiration strikes again.

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Oct 28, 2014
11:17 AM EDT
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