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Battle of the K's by Caduces
by Caduces

I certainly love the outfits on both characters. This is probably subjective on my part, but I've always loved the minimalist look on j...

The Bride and Her Maids by Stylistic86

I don't even know where to start..... Well for starters, if Lei Fang's meant to be the 'bride' in this picture, should she not maybe be...

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Kasumi Wallpaper by anotherguttersnipe
Kasumi Wallpaper
Ugh...... I've grown so used to touching up daz renders that my core photoshope skills have gotten sloppy. 

Kasumi by Irokichigai01 with a few minor texture adjustments........
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Battle of the K's by Caduces
I certainly love the outfits on both characters. This is probably subjective on my part, but I've always loved the minimalist look on jobbers, especially the one piece leotards, or the sports top/briefs combo. It's bland, but just sexy enough to steer the eye towards the girl in the outfit, rather than the outfit itself.

The actual drawing technique is.... well it's OK. The proportions and faces are drawn out reasonably well enough. The colouring and shading looks very rushed. Especially on Kimmy's hair. The colour doesn't match up with her hairlines nearly as well as they do on Kathrynn.

Overall, it's certainly a great start, but if I were to attempt to draw a picture instead of scrubbing out with 3D posers, this is not what I'd consider to be finished. With that said, keep practicing. Find more tutorials, and most importantly, take your time. I for one, would personally like to see you revisit this picture in a year or so, to measure how much you've improved. :-)
  • Mood: Daily Needs
  • Listening to: Touhou/Kancolle metal remixes
  • Reading: awful Kotaku articles
  • Watching: Higurashi
  • Playing: Killer Instinct
  • Eating: Sphagetti
  • Drinking: Cola
A while ago, I announced that I'd try my hand at commissions. Sometime after that, I managed to land myself a fairly large one. AND said person was willing to pay considerably more than my asking price(thankfully, no money has been exchanged yet). I boldly announced that I'd have 40 pictures done in a fortnight.

...That was over a month ago. And I'm barely halfway through.

My problem is quite clear. It's procrastination that stems from indecisiveness over what to do with the limited time I have on a daily basis. My last journal entry, I mentioned my job security, and concern over dwindling hours. Since then, my fears have become somewhat...... unfounded. I worried about trying to make ends meet on a mere 12-16 hours a week. Turns out, I'm currently sitting on a base week of 22 hours. And with multiple departments finding a need for me, that number can climb to 26, or more. When you consider the time needed for housekeeping, meal preparation, and of course, sleep, it doesn't leave me with alot of breathing room.

....And with the time I do have, I'm often at a loss to decide what to do with it. Do I fire out a few pics in Daz studio, or do I tend to that ever growing gaming pile of shame? Often, I find myself wasting whole hours on youtube, or facebook, or something that doesn't require a great deal of mental investment so that I can pull myself out in a pinch.

Clearly though, this is a problem. I've missed the overly optimistic deadline I set myself, and I'm finding it hard to re-motivate myself. So, I ask you all this: Do you guys struggle with procrastination too? And if so, how do you deal with it?
Headlock by anotherguttersnipe
Headlock
'.....Nooo....... I've only been here 5 minutes! Have to....... make it to at least 10.......'

Scrubbed out and used a pose straight from sedartonfokcaj 
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Project Helheim by anotherguttersnipe
Project Helheim
Project Helheim, or better known simply as 'helheim' takes the appearance of an imposing male wrestler. However, this is an external shell, built by AGS industries to look and feel like a real human being - save for glowing red irises that give away its true nature (a feature Ryonani organizers decided against fixing, citing that the eyes seemed have a psychological effect that aided it for its purpose). Helheim is in fact, a custom built synthetic android. One of 3 clone units that are often used in Ryonani Exhibition Matches.

The 'second layer' muscle fiber has been calibrated mostly for defensive purposes. Its endurance exceeds average human capabilities several times over to the point where it becomes completely impervious most attacks it might encounter. Its strength however, as been carefully supressed so as to remain at around optimal/peek human levels. 

Its processor contains a 'level 3 dumb' A.I, programmed to fulfill a specific combat role. Its data banks feature a comprehensive collection of wrestling techniques. Not only that, but the A.I has shown itself to be capable of improvising within its confines. In battle, the A.I will analyse its opponent's strengths and weaknesses, before wearing them down and gradually pushing them to their breaking points, yet never exceeding them. While mostly emotionless, Helheim has been observed to sometimes take in some form of enjoyment during a match, through various facial expressions. The A.I has also been known to occasionally glitch out, by initially ignoring trigger words (I.E: Give up/Submit). Despite this, there hasn't been a single recorded incident of a serious or long term injury as a result of an exhibition match.

Since exhibition matches exclusively feature female opponents, great care is often taken by organizers during the selection process. Participants must be of exceptional physical and mental strength. And even then, they'll receive additional training weeks ahead of an exhibition match. Since defeat is more or less a certainty against Helheim, his opponents are instead paid per minute based on how long they last with him in the ring. The most notable exhibition opponent is Tess O'Neal, who despite launching minimal offense against him, famously lasted 45 minutes before submitting.
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  • Mood: Daily Needs
  • Listening to: Touhou/Kancolle metal remixes
  • Reading: awful Kotaku articles
  • Watching: Higurashi
  • Playing: Killer Instinct
  • Eating: Sphagetti
  • Drinking: Cola
A while ago, I announced that I'd try my hand at commissions. Sometime after that, I managed to land myself a fairly large one. AND said person was willing to pay considerably more than my asking price(thankfully, no money has been exchanged yet). I boldly announced that I'd have 40 pictures done in a fortnight.

...That was over a month ago. And I'm barely halfway through.

My problem is quite clear. It's procrastination that stems from indecisiveness over what to do with the limited time I have on a daily basis. My last journal entry, I mentioned my job security, and concern over dwindling hours. Since then, my fears have become somewhat...... unfounded. I worried about trying to make ends meet on a mere 12-16 hours a week. Turns out, I'm currently sitting on a base week of 22 hours. And with multiple departments finding a need for me, that number can climb to 26, or more. When you consider the time needed for housekeeping, meal preparation, and of course, sleep, it doesn't leave me with alot of breathing room.

....And with the time I do have, I'm often at a loss to decide what to do with it. Do I fire out a few pics in Daz studio, or do I tend to that ever growing gaming pile of shame? Often, I find myself wasting whole hours on youtube, or facebook, or something that doesn't require a great deal of mental investment so that I can pull myself out in a pinch.

Clearly though, this is a problem. I've missed the overly optimistic deadline I set myself, and I'm finding it hard to re-motivate myself. So, I ask you all this: Do you guys struggle with procrastination too? And if so, how do you deal with it?

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:iconlamia-moonwing:
Lamia-Moonwing Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2015  Hobbyist Artist
This is great to finaly see some mixed fighting art!
Thanks a lot mister , not enough of this around! (well some, but usualy the guy are just stupid ragdoll)
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anotherguttersnipe Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2015
Well, I aim to please. :-) 
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44th-Phantome Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Glad I stumbled across your work! You have some quality technical skills, plus a good eye for setting up a scene!
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anotherguttersnipe Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2014
It's all in teh photoshopz man. But thank you anyways.
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44th-Phantome Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
And thank you for giving me a watch too!
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anotherguttersnipe Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2014
All good dude. I respect those who can draw well manually.
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Wow. I gotta say. There's alotta cool stuff in here. Lots and LOTS of sci-fi gear. I have a question about some of your characters you sell-particularly your human characters(just as Miranda from Mass Effect). Are they standalone models, or are they sold as morphs for the base V4/M4 figure?

Edit: nvm. I believe I've just found my answer. Well, in that case.......
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nth47 Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2014
Great pictures!
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