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    I don't like it. Can you make it all again but with more masks? Just kidding!!

    He looks freakin' awesome!!! Such wonderful work and imagination! I am very envious.

    I would go with the first pic. The angle on the second one suggests to me that he is really tall.

    Good luck in the contest Cedric! Not that I think you need it! Absolutely splendid work.
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    Hi Yona, looks great! I would go for the left framing since it shows more depth and is (for me) a more interesting picture..

    just my 2 cents! Keep it up, I love this thread, great work!!!

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    II suggest using the first image, as it shows more of the lights on the top, better features the masks, and it is more obvious he is standing on the a clock and book. Good luck in the contest!
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    Hey YONA, just congrats for finishing this fantastic piece! I also vote for the first pic. It would make such a cool print! All the best

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    Woow the little guy looks really awesome, I defenetly go for the left pic too
    Can't wait to see it for real on your desktop
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    Man, it's been a while since I posted here, but I've been following regardless.

    This turned out awesome! I love the concept, pose and details, great work man! best of luck in the contest!

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    Bravo!
    Its amazing how you stuck to it and finished everything as you planned.
    The end result is looking fantastic

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    Wow CÚdric! Looks great! I attached a pic of how I see the compositions: just added a little bit more space in front of him, giving him a bit more walking space).
    I like the first image, but might give you more work with the ground plane in it, whereas the second image has only background.

    Lookin' forward to the next update! !

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    thanks Etcher i'm going to follow your advice for the 1st picture.
    Damn, i'm so in my project that i forgot to watch carefully the framing...
    Thanks for pointing that!!
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    I know exactly what you mean, that's probably one of the advantages of teamwork: more "fresh eyes". But hey, internet is a blessing in this case!

    One more thing: this guy is giving me the creeps! Maybe even more so if you can have his claw grasp in the direction of the camera and have his eyes look straight into the lens...

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    i understand what you want but i'm not sure how to do it and if i've time to make these changes...
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    Well, it's all your fault anyway... you're infusing your characters with so much life that they keep sparking my imagination every time I see them... !

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    HAHAHAHA ok i'll try to be less creative next time
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    You try to be less creative next time?
    Ehm... YONA, that`s a bare-faced lie! I`m deeply shocked!

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    Hello guys
    here's my final entry for the CGCOACH contest "Creatures and Critters"
    It's was so fun

    no let's get back to my TTM project, all the little family is waiting to be transposed

    see you soon

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    plesae watch the video in HD directly on Youtube's website

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