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God of War 3 Desktop Wallpaper 9 years 4 months ago #388184

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Check out my God of War 3 Wallpaper at http://blog.rmonlineportfolio.comAnd check out the speed painting video on YouTube. See the process from beginning to end -http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dMAv6kIssQ4Enjoy!
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God of War 3 Desktop Wallpaper 9 years 4 months ago #388197

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Doom CMYK;388184 wrote:
Check out my God of War 3 Wallpaper at http://blog.rmonlineportfolio.comAnd check out the speed painting video on YouTube. See the process from beginning to end -http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dMAv6kIssQ4Enjoy!
Good stuff. Thanks for sharing, I checked out your portfolio too. You have some awesome design work. Your painting is very good but there is one thing that my eye keeps getting dragged to that is bugging me. Kratos left arm. I think with some tweeks you could really bump up the composition. The tweeks I would to the left arm personally:Bump up the muscle depth on the arm surfaceRotate the forearm wrist and hand. It will look more forcefull if he is pulling the chain, also it will charge the negative space a bit more due to the positioning of the handThe triceps should show a bit more tension because of the position of his forearm and the pulling movement. Right now all the muscles look a bit bolbus in the arm and tension should be given to the muscles being worked to help define the movement. (Sorry, I'm kind of an anatomy nerd.)I sketched this out at work.. kind of rushed (and the proportions are already starting to bug me) but you can kind of see what I'm getting at. Ok.. I have to get back to work now.
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Thanks 9 years 4 months ago #388253

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Thanks Joe for the advice. I know one of my flaws is that I rush a lot of things without considering better positions and looks. For instance after looking at it again I should have made his grip look tighter. Some stuff like that I know I overlook. In the next one I'll make more sketches and really look at how each detail would look best. Im still learning right now and hopefully I can get on that level of real concept artists.
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