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Re: Outlaws! New: female Outlaw/Fugitive

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Mirion - the footpad's right arm isn't flat, it is shaded. But it is pretty dark - perhaps your monitor is set up darker than mine and you can't make out the nuances. But generally please only complain about already commited stuff if you think you spot a really, really, really serious problem. Everything that is commited is considered done and good enough.
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Committed to trunk.
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:D Marvelous.
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Re: Outlaws! New: Male Outlaw/Fugitive!

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Awesome; especially your faces are very grand; but this looks a bit weird:
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Wow as usual :shock:.

However, these dirty parts look sharp/artificial:

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Re: Outlaws! New: Male Outlaw/Fugitive!

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Is he leaning towards the 'camera'? If he isn't, it looks like the elbow would reach his hip at rest when it should be the waist. If he's leaning, then the shadows need to show that better. Other than that I think this is the most interesting piece you've posted :!:
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Really impressive art as usual!
It may just be the shading, but it looks like the head of the mace is slightly out of line with the shaft.
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A couple of little changes according to the raised crits - I consider him finished now.
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committing tomorrow, as usual.
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Re: Outlaws! New: Male Outlaw/Fugitive!

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Great work as always, but is it me or is the mace head on wonky?

Actually on looking at the line, it seems the back part of the part that holds the mace to the stick slopes away too quickly.
a quick show of the lines to help explain. Pruple is projection of the stick, cyan is the holder.
a quick show of the lines to help explain. Pruple is projection of the stick, cyan is the holder.
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Minor issue, just something my eye caught. Apart from that it's brill :).
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Yep, that was a sloppy line, it honestly doesn't bother me at all, but I fixed it and added it to my last post.

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Congrats on this last Outlaw, I really love the entire line.
Any chance you're gonna give us a clue on what comes next ? 8)
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Congrats Kitty! We all appreciate your hard work.
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Just to avoid any misunderstandings - the outlaw project isn't finished yet, the thug line still misses.
Any chance you're gonna give us a clue on what comes next ? 8)
Oh, my plans for this summer are pretty official, I'll take care of the mermen, naga, ghosts, wolfriders and the missing outlaws. If you're interested in a detailed timetable, just have a look at my WSAS page ...
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