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Old 05-01-2004, 10:00 PM   #1
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My character is a Martial Artist and has two alter egos similar to Shadow Man

The good character is dressed in baggy white trousers. His main weapon is a bo staff.

The background of this character is that he was cursed, or something similar. This created his evil alter ego which he can switch to at any time. This evil character is neither living nor dead and is dressed in black. He has ripped skin/cloths. He uses mystical spells combined with his martial arts & bo staff. His main weapon is a ball of blue fire.

This is the first time that Iím really attempting to model a full human and I wanna do it good and as realistic as poss.

On another note, Iím looking for a profile and front view of a male face for ref. Full body front/profile ref could also be useful as I only have one.

I'll try to draw a concept as soon as poss. Wont be any fancy poses/colours. Just enough so you see what Iím aiming for.
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Old 05-01-2004, 10:02 PM   #2
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sounds cool
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