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Tale of Enki: Pilgrimage - Superbosses

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With all of the basic enemies done, there's only boss battle sprites left. I haven't done any more regular bosses, but here are the superbosses of the game. Konleth Valyon, Geonar Brunia and Greybane Anereos. Kon in particular should look familiar to those who've played my Land of Enki games. The others you may have seen in screenshots for Land of Enki: Adventures. Well, in Tale of Enki they're the three toughest bosses in the game. Good luck finding them to fight too!

They took quite a long time to draw and with Greybane and Geonar I tried to get a pose quite similar to their official Adventures artwork. Kon was without a reference picture. I'm pretty happy with how they turned out, particularly Kon, as he's more or less my mascot character for a lot of my online profiles.

Any feedback would be appreciated, thanks!

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This is neat! I suggest to improve the anatomy a bit or find any anatomy references which is my constructive suggestions.

Other than that these character designs is really good. :)


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TheEnkian responds:

Thanks very much! Yeah, I've been trying to be a bit more experimental with poses now and it's gotten a bit tougher. I'm improving, but I could definitely benefit from more anatomy studying.


Nice job with shading and posting


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Thank you :)

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