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posts by Ajokli Commoner | joined 09 Apr 2007 | 4

posted 09 Apr 2007, 20:04 in Off-Topic DiscussionWhat is your favorite sport? by Ajokli, Commoner

My favorite sport is drinking mountain dew. I enjoy watching car races for the crashes, and hockey, and speed skating; but have never been into playing sports myself, being delicate of build. view post

posted 09 Apr 2007, 21:04 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow listening to... by Ajokli, Commoner

Deadwood Soundtrack; Calamity Jane singing Row Row Row your boat. Because it makes me giggle like a maniac. view post

Skin-Spy Concept posted 11 Apr 2007, 05:04 in The Warrior ProphetSkin-Spy Concept by Ajokli, Commoner

Alright, I'm placing this piece here because I wasn't sure WHERE to put it, and the buggers start taking a more front role in the second and third books. [url:nut3ux3a][/url:nut3ux3a] The URL goes to my DA site, and to the artwork :) I'm not fully satistfied with the placement of the facial fingers, but it gets the idea down. Thoughts? view post

posted 11 Apr 2007, 18:04 in The Warrior ProphetSkin-Spy Concept by Ajokli, Commoner

I'm not sure as to how many 'fingers' they have; I ended up drawing 3 on each side, and leaving the 4th for the throat possibly. As to your thoughts; interlocking instead of simply meeting might be interesting. I did try a drawing once that ended up with the nose as a meeting point for the fingers but it didn't look right, and turned out to be quite visually awkward. with the planes of the nose, and mandibles. The area I'm uncertain about is the arangement of fingers about the eyes and nose. Awkward shapes! I'm rather curious as to the biology of the skin-spies; I'm assuming they can manipulate their skin tone consciously, as well as the arangment of fat deposits to get the 'details' of who and what they're trying to mimic right. -I've got a friend borrowing my books at the moment so I don't have them tagged for reference. As said, it's just a sketch, throwing out a possible idea and nowhere near a finished work. view post


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