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Work-in-Progress (WIPs) Working on your submission for the monthly contests and want to share your progress/process and get some feedback? This is the place to do it.

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Old 11-21-2009   #1
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This is a vellum transfer from the original pencil drawing I did last night. I am working on this for the 2d contest. I'm a little split on whether I want to do a painting or scan it into Corel Painter.

Also, not sure if I can submit an existing character, but if we are going to raise the dead, I thought he was a good candidate.
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Old 11-22-2009   #2
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Progress...when is the deadline?
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good work .
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Badass man, keep it up. Keep at it.

I like the idea a lot.
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Thanks guys

It is my first attempt with Corel. Had a lot of fun doing it. Also its a lot cheaper and faster than oils or gouache.

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