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  1. alright here she is Viera's Creed. on your mark, get set, go!
  2. the image i am going to post next is of a Viera PLEASE don't think i made her half naked on purpose, it's kind of the way they dress in FF 12 which is the version i am going to be using, i did think that she was a little too skimpy so i gave her some armor i liked which i borrowed from assassin's creed. once i feel more confident i will post my original works. but thanks for the feed back, i think i will make a section in my drawings for P-elves. (just kidding)
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  4. [size=3][color=#000000][font=Calibri]Thanks to you guys, Dave, about the wolverine I guess he does seem a bit bigger thanks for pointing that out and I do need to stop being so shy with experimenting with color and shading. Prinz I do have online portfolio filled with original characters. As for the concept work for others, that is the only thing I seem to get usually only people come to me for anything the problem I have is with companies.[/font][/color][/size] [size=3][color=#000000][font=Calibri]I am actually very big on making things for others and just drawing my own ideas. The Night Elf is actually of my own design the only thing that I’ve brought over from WoW is the shoulder, ear size, and skin color; the markings have been altered and everything else was mine.[/font][/color][/size] [size=3][color=#000000][font=Calibri]I’ve been working with my tablet for a while now but the majority of my sketch work is traditional. My painted work is done on my tablet mostly[/font][/color][/size]
  5. This is line art for my Blizzard Rejection gallery on my art page. each time i get a rejection from Blizz i either make a doodle or an actual piece based of the company ( which is WoW mostly) this piece is getting color and shadow later on posted an updated pic of her.
  6. This is a spin on the concept art for the Shogun total war series
  7. [size="3"][color="#000000"][font="Calibri"]Hello! I am very much new here and I’ve never been part of anything like this forum so I’d like to post my art up and maybe pick the brains of whoever takes a look at them. Let me start off with something hand drawn[/font][/color][/size] [font="Calibri"][size="3"][color="#000000"] [/color][/size][/font] [size="3"][color="#000000"][font="Calibri"]Here is an image I drew for a realistic spin on an animated character to show my ability in fantastic characters with more realistic features.[/font][/color][/size] [font="Calibri"][size="3"][color="#000000"] [/color][/size][/font] [size="3"][color="#000000"][font="Calibri"]Wolverine in his comic costume. I will be switching to me desktop to have more images to show, please let me know what you think. Thank you[/font][/color][/size] [font="Calibri"][size="3"][color="#000000"] [/color][/size][/font] [font="Calibri"][size="3"][color="#000000"] [/color][/size][/font] [size="3"][color="#000000"][font="Calibri"](This topic seemed like a good idea because I’ve been getting rejections from a couple of companies and I figured this would be a good place to get some feedback from a game perspective not an art perspective. )[/font][/color][/size]