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(Hoarding) Crooked Ocean Goblin by Cynic-pavel (Hoarding) Crooked Ocean Goblin by Cynic-pavel
illustration by Legend of the Cryptids. [link]
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OrcusDei Jan 10, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I love your style :D at first, i was little bit sceptic, but hey, this is incredible, awesome characteristics, awesome contrasts!
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Cynic-pavel Jan 11, 2014  Professional
Thanks for your kind words! :)
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Emerson-Fialho Apr 23, 2013  Professional Artist
Stunning work!
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Cynic-pavel Apr 24, 2013  Professional
:handshake:
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Emerson-Fialho Apr 25, 2013  Professional Artist
You're welcome!
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Bee-Evil Apr 21, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Просто замечательная работа, мечтаю добиться такого уровня мастерства:B У меня вот такой вопрос. Сколько лет вам понадобилось, чтоб добиться такого мастерства? И есть ли у вас видашки со спидами процессов? Простите вышло 2 вопроса :)
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Cynic-pavel Apr 22, 2013  Professional
Спасибо! Года три-четыре усиленно занимаюсь "CG рисованием" :) Туторов не делал еще никаких, увы, острая нехватка времени. Хотя желание есть. :) Да и сам процесс у меня муторный, не думаю что понравится.
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:iconnonier:
Wow!

One note: If, for some reason, you want your fantasy creatures to be (comparatively) realistic, maces are almost useless underwater because the large surface area is slowed by water resistance. Just as we make our fighter jets narrow and pointed to slide through the air, the most useful weapons underwater are narrow pointed weapons that slide through the water (and flesh) without much resistance.

You can see this in the real world, with both shark prods and primitive hunting spears/arrows; we only club fish on the riverbank, or if they're stranded in VERY shallow water.

But then, if fantasy art was supposed to be realistic, any female warriors would wear complete-coverage armor, large dragons couldn't fly (or even breathe), and 99% of everybody's favorite gaming swords/axes/maces/etc. couldn't be swung more than once or twice without dislocating the character's arm. So fantasy realism's always a matter of personal taste. ;)

--Nonie
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Cynic-pavel Mar 10, 2013  Professional
Thank you for your comment. The following works will try to be more attentive. :)
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FutureAesthetic Mar 5, 2013   General Artist
nicely done! I like the character!
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