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    Tried to work closer to the painting.
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    Hey looking good man, like the painting/tattoos you're giving her.
    I think her belly button needs to be 3-6 inches higher

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    "belly button", i was answering the name of this part of anatomy! thanks Jaradv! i worked on that issue.
    although, i've prepared this version for printing. not sure it shall work...but i like it!

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    This is coming along nicely Xada! You may want to consider a lighter color and less shiny material for the shoes. I think they currently overpower everything else.
    No one ever expected a pencil to draw for them.

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    I tryed an other way to render my girl, as coloured pictures are not really my way..
    so this styled remembered me the French advertisings for Aubade. I tryed it with my model of Rapunzel.
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    Gorgeous indeed.
    French artists are always sketching this "upper belly area" better than any one else. Wondering why... LOL. Their great museums and their art probably. Rodin, Degas, Renoir, Matisse... before them Clodion.
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    Thank you soOOOOooo much guys!! you can't believe how good it is to read so...

    some softer designs i made for my children:

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    some Blender renders after polypainting and rigging.

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    Default nice dragon

    great dragon, i'd kill the depth of field cause it totaly cuts the details which you did in the sculpt. Work on adding more colors to create a more striking presence to the dragon, use lizard references to use and inspire your creation.
    keep up the good work

    were all inspired by nature why not nurture our imagination with what we have around us to manifest itself,

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    hi! i justed changed the shadders and lighting. working on some poses. (also left the depht of field quiet)

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    The dragon is superb !!!!!
    Great work on blender too. (environment lighting needs more samples I guess)
    But you may wish to try cycles.

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    Default Graoully's awaking

    Thank you so much Michalis, i really appreciate and need such words!!
    i've to say that such renders are a great victory for me, regarding the amount of creepy one i've done! though i have a little special taste for this lake of samples...it hides lot of things!!
    Here is the animation as i choose to stop it. I was very sad being unable to restart a good job, as i was very happy, regardless to my previous animations, with the structure of key poses.
    perhaps i'm always fearing the end of a project, as first energy is never there at the end. but it would have been stupid to let it in my garbage.



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    Love that animation video and the dragon...Great job...

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    Default pirates!

    Thank you so much to be there, spirit!

    here are two characters i'm working on for a few animated scenes, and also printed models for my child, speaking of pirates every days...
    For the big one, i worked the muscles by head, and was unable to make a good face. i've just seen our French big Judo star on web today...an so on!

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