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    Excellent work again Storm
    I like the lizards expression! Really evil and sneaky

    Keep it up, keep it real!

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    @Nattawat
    Thanks mate, glad you like it

    @Hanska
    Haha, great to hear man, really glad you like it

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    Here is tonights little doodle, tried to step a way from the lizards for a few seconds, though I can safely say that there will be more of those as well, hehe

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    Hope you guys like him, and CC as alway, very welcome!

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    Ha, you did it again :3 Wonderful! Perhaps a timelapse on lunchcrunch...? ;>

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    Thanks buddy, no unfortunately not, I forgot to record, and to be hornest he took quite some time more than an hour

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    heeey dude!

    nice work here.. i see you put in a few wrinkles etc.. nice. really like the eyes.
    i think he works best in "front" and "perspective" views.

    -r

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    Thanks buddy, glad you like him

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    Amazing concepts. All the characters have very unique characteristics. You have the skills of masters and you're only 20. How amazing!

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    @Eiad
    Thank you so much man! and I'm terribly sorry for the late reply
    Take care

    Made this guy yesterday, he reminds me a bit of something, I just don't know what XD

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    Anyway hope you guys like him, cc is very welcome, and I've uploaded the entire process of sculpting him as well.

    Edit:
    Almost forgot, final fat lizard for now:
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    Great as always bud !

    Love the new green one , great video too !

    -Filipe

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    Thanks man, super glad you like him, and the video!

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    Love your creatures. They really could jump right out and start terrorizing things.

    Fun to watch.

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    Love that mean look on fat lizards face

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    I love the smoothness of your stuff.

    Re: Fat Lizard...
    The leg on the left, doesn't look like it's supporting his weight properly - it needs to be adjusted slightly. But then again, he might be resting on his tail?

    Now an alternative could be he supports himself with his tail, and his legs are these dangly elements that sort of help him get around.

    And yet another option could be that neither of his legs support his fat body very well - so they kind of bend and struggle to keep his weight up - so the upper body is in a constant struggle with his twig legs. To show this have both knees bend inward towards the middle, and have one slightly higher than the other.

    Still quite the likable character.

    Martin

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    Default dude..

    incredible..I would like to see you do some caricature type models again. like the viking and the knight templar type characters.

    well no matter what you do, I'll be inspired.. (but would love to see a timelapse for a caricature type character.)


    Keep whatever you're inspired to do, coming.

    Love it all

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