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Elephant Concept Paper
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feillyne Staff Subscriber
feillyne Dec 10 2010, 5:32pm says:

More ones?

Hmmmmm, don't see much reason behind blending/fogging right legs while they are so close to the main body / left legs.

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iQew Author
iQew Dec 10 2010, 6:03pm replied:

Just wanted to try it out ;)

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booman Dec 10 2010, 6:40pm says:

Looking pretty good. you are really on an animal niche aren't you?

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iQew Dec 11 2010, 7:19am replied:

I'm doing those drawings in art class, where I have a big package of animal toy figures and I'm planning to do all of those in this style and when I've finished, I'm going to choose some of them and do other perspectives on them and after that adding other themes onto them. So, they might get ready for battle, for example.

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Admiral_Skeybar Dec 10 2010, 9:15pm says:

Hehe, this one is nice too, however I must say it's not the best. I take it it's an African elephant?
Most of the proportions are of and his main body looks a bit like a potato :P
The head looks very good though. There is also a very nice color blend, I happen to like gray :D

All in all, a nice painting but with some minor flaws.

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iQew Dec 11 2010, 7:18am replied:

Most of the proportions are off? I can promise you they pretty much aren't (regarding to the toy figure), because I've worked about 3 hours on the pencil drawing and I spent most of the time checking the proportions and my teacher did so, too. The muscles and bones may be off, because I don't know about animal anatomy and I'm just guessing the muscles and bones from the light that gets reflected on the toy figure, but the overall proportions should be fine (silhouette).

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Admiral_Skeybar Dec 11 2010, 9:54pm replied:

Well... is it a baby elephant? :P Anyway, if it's based upon a toy figure then I suppose it is just the toy that is not entirely accurate...

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iQew Dec 12 2010, 7:05am replied:

Which proportions are off?

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Admiral_Skeybar Dec 18 2010, 4:44pm replied:

I'd say the back and it's as =P somehow it just doesn't look right to me...

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iQew Dec 19 2010, 8:58am replied:

I'm going to recheck it after I've done all the other animals!

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dtrngd Dec 11 2010, 8:37am says:

Holy elephant...

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This is more of a digital painting or rendering like the leopard was. I just didn't have the motivation do to all the diagonals like in the other versions and the pencil work had a lot of rendering to it already, aswell.
More animals will follow.

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