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Great work @Velcronator! Thanks for being at the for front of the course and sharing your work lots!
Thanks. Great coarse. I’m teaching myself inkscape at the moment. They seem to work together well.
Here’s the final result of mine. Not overly pleased with it, but I figured I should keep to the challenge spec and not spend hours on it. Could be improved with more time, but here it is all the same:
Some great characters there guys, I almost feel like I’ve spoken to them!
I have seen the solution by Michael. I didn’t understood the real challenge. But I miss also the connection to the lessons before, where we studied to use bones, boxes, muscle structure etc. Maybe I do it over … See Ya!
After I posted this I realized he looks like a garbage bag wizard haha
Well, I had my own final challenge since the beginning of this course, so I deviated a bit from the actual challenge, but I did it in pretty much 1 hour, right on the minute:
Before starting this course
(@see Be the first to post for 'Exporting Your Work'!):
After having finished this course (minus the bonus lesson on tiles):
Mostly just did sketching and used construction lines for orientation/limiting. Definitely room for improvement, but I’m happy with it
I already set my challenge once I’m finished with the bonus lecture as well: I’ll draw 'em all !!!
This was the reference picture for both:
There is nothing overdone if it is beneficial in the future. Great work. Congratulations!
I’d like to express how great this course is and how much I am appreciated to you Michael, but I cannot find appropriate words. Congratulations! You are the Hero!
At the begining I was completely greenhorn. Now I think I am incompletely greenhorn.
Wiesiek’s “End of Section 4Challenge”:
Once again Thank you!
A fearsome knight unmasked! Will he let you pass?
Finally got to the end of the main bits. Quite happy with how this turned out.
The overall proportions are a little off… the one hour time limit made me put a bit too much haste, it really not enough time for me in the present to build a whole character! I took 10 or 15 minutes too much time, i had not even started the shading when my timer rang lol. But I see the potential, with a bit more time, I could have put more care into the proportions, and create a better shading too. Fun challenge! After this course I thinking about buying a graphic tablet, because I lose a lot of time I think with the mouse, drawing wrong lines and passing all my time crontol-z-ing.