Human/ Zabrak female padawan tech
Spent along time on this trying to get it right. A lot I could still do. I hope the player gets some enjoyment out of her.
This is fantastic - her expression, the textures, the details... On first pass, I didn't even notice it was in black and white - that tiny splash of tattoo color is a great touch!
You'll be pleased to know that her player absolutely adores it :D ''I love it head to toe'' were her exact words.
On a personal note, the squall is a definite highlight. You really have a talent for creating sickeningly cute animals my friend. :D
Arrgh!. What a horrible thing to say...good at cute....Balderdash..lol. Just kiiding. Thanks for the comment and I am glad she likes it.
just noticed looking on a different computer. Some of the lines are darker than on the one I draw them on. The hairs above the eyes look way more blended on my home computer...huh, guess you never know till you see it through someone elses eyes
I agree- it's a marvellous piece, and the squall is RIDICULOUSLY ADORABLE!! Haha.
Honestly I think my favourite thing is the little fuzzy foot pressing into her belly and dragging on her clothing; simply perfect.
thank you Tuss. I like that too. It was a crazy accident that I over did the wrinkles on her stomach. I noticed it would work if I made it look like the foot was digging in like it was trying to get away, The foot pushing on her arm is to help that idea along. I was hopeing you would like him with your zoo background.
Really love this piece Casca. Incredibly well done in everything and the details!
When I saw the Squall, I immediately went "Awwwww!" :)
Core to the Quad baby!!!
If your going to complement me, don't tell me my work is neat, cool or awesome. If you really like it, tell me why you like it and what you like about it. Only then I'll take it as a complement.
Why do I keep calling it a damn Squib? I guess they do have their similarities.
Nicely done. Love the facial expression, the details in the tools and the Squall looks awesome too.
I picked up some great techniques on this one. Experimenting with brushes and tools. I am trying them out on a Farghul scoundrel with Egyptian and India influences. Not doing a WIP but will put up the final piece as soon as finished.