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Hello everyone! Been awhile since I've posted anything. Which, honestly, is partly because I have not been drawing as much as I should. But I'm back in the swing of things now, and I'm working on this thing.
I'm trying to start a portfolio of DnD/magic type art to try and have something to show the art director of DnD (who will be at illuxcon doing portfolio reviews). With this one, I'm trying to go with a DnD monters manual type feel.
Before I start adding color and opening up the value range, I've been having a really hard time getting the back legs of the orcs in the back to work, and I need help/suggestions/paintovers.