Thoughts? Feedback por favor?
about 2 years ago
Lots of good thoughts. Lots.
You might watch the weight of the "knicks" and cuts". Some of them get a little thin, like under his chin. Also his eye will disappear when it's shrunk.
This kills, though.
Ve gran Scott, estoy no estoy seguro por qué pero ese pata delantera del León busca cojera me. Usted podría también dar las patas traseras un poco más de fuerza a ellos.
Merv Griffin meets Tootsie Pops in a good way.
Length of the front left leg seems a tiny bit short. Space between the back legs looks slightly awkward. Something is bugging me about the wing but I can't put my finger on it. All small issues though. Rad.
Maybe beef up the arms and legs? He looks a little flimsy.
The way his front legs are positioned looks more like he's flailing awkwardly. And maybe making the tail slightly thinner.
I agree with the leg statement, also the space between his legs makes an awkward gap, maybe if it matched the style you have under the arm and chin? Alll and all pretty cool so far, I really like it.
Edit: the lower arm reminds me of this: http://www.first-stop.org/wp-content/uploads/tdomf/67696/12.jpg It doesn't seem to look as powerful or "attack-like" you know?
That looks really slick. :) I dig it!
Damn cool, Scott.
Add more neck below the chin. A tiny bit. You can also give a bit of a corner/elbow on the front leg that's pointing down and perhaps it goes straight instead of down. Looking good!
If the four paws of a lion, there should be two wings.)
Nice job Scott, though I think there's something wrong with his front legs, while the ones on the ground looks strong, the front legs seems a little unbalanced, maybe that lower one shouldn't have paws turned down?
Pretty cool. Something about his fore-paws, feels a little, less king-ish and more prissy-ish. if you know what i mean. So i agree with @Joey Gudenas
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