Goblin Anatomy Study by cquilliams

Goblin Anatomy Study

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Added: Apr 18, 2006
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These anatomy studies were great to work on because I was able to explore so many different aspects of each creature. When I switched to color I decided to use watered down acrylics( sort of a watercolor technique) and pen and ink painted on paper although later I would switch to illustation board to help prevent buckling.

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re:goblin anatomy. Well done! Looks much like a number of goblins I've encountered in Altergia. The ones I've seen were rather hairier, and skin tones tended toward a repulsive gray-pink with yellow eyes.

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This is my favorite of all your anatomy studies, and it was difficult to pick a favorite.
Great work. Love the border of the page as usual.

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Everyday I hop over to Epilogue and you have left surprises waiting. Keep them coming. Love the watercolor-pen and ink experiment, your understanding of the construction and movements of human ( or humanoid) forms really shines through here... Hope to see more of your stuff in the morning!

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The skull in the upper right reminds me of the Australopithicus from my anthropology class. They had more, and larger, teeth, and a longer snout, but they were only about 4 feet tall.

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Thanks for all the great comments Rita.

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Wonderful - like how that book looks so realistic!

Art at its best.