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Characters (and one real person) from some of my favourite prime time shows.

Left to Right: Check Bartowski from Chuck, Bear Grylls from Man vs Wild, Patrick Jane from The Mentalist and Dexter Morgan from Dexter.

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Nice Work

You really captured the essence of Chuck and Patrick Jane, Dexter is kind of a darker character, you should draw the "Big Bang Theory" Cast, I really see that coming out of your pen.



BADASS

It all looks great! The only thing i can say is that you look like you're hesitating on your legs. A common tendency is to make legs to long. It seems as if you've done the opposite, making them look just a little awkward. you probably already know this, but the thigh is about the same length as the lower leg- your waist seems to be lower, causing the thigh to be a little shorter than it should be.

Good job, again, and it still looks awesome!


TheEz responds:

Thanks for the great crit! You're absolutely right, now that I look at it. I suppose I was focusing so much on their faces and body language, anatomy flew out the door. ^^; Bad Ez! *slaps self* I'll be sure to double check and measure my anatomy next time.

Thanks again.


shazaam!

that really does look like bear grylls!


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TheEz responds:

Wow, thanks! That's great to know. It's quite scary how few people actually know who he is! XD


I recognize 3

I see Chuck, the Mentalist, and Dexter.

I don't watch TV at all however, so you've got me with the guy on the Snake.


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TheEz responds:

Forget about the guy on the snake! 3 out of 4 is a huge compliment for me, so thanks a ton! :D

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