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Private Carter - Color by Pyrosity Private Carter - Color by Pyrosity
A sketch of a minor character in the novella I'm working on.

Edit: Updated with quick coloring job.
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BanesShadow Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
nicely done Shotgun! and very cool WW2 look aswell!
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Pyrosity Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks! :)
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BanesShadow Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
no probs!
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SteinWill Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
nice! good to see you draw some anthro characters once again! =)
I like the simple look of his gear, and the way it kinda reminds me of the battle outfit during ww1^^
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Pyrosity Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks! Yeah it's been awhile now, hasn't it. It's great that I'm starting to get back into sketching all sorts of stuff again, I had kind of slowed down for awhile while I did other things.

I really love classic WWI stuff. The first world war just has this old-world feel to everything, whereas WWII seems to be the beginning of the modern era.
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SteinWill Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
yea I agree with you there, I personally never been that fond of the ww2 era, WW1 has a much more old anchient feel to it.. like how the charged each other as if they where back in the middle ages with swords and pikes ;)
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Pyrosity Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
Indeed. It's pretty much the turning point of military tactics and technology, has a lovely mix of everything in it. And nobody quite knew how to react to it, thus the trench warfare thing.
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GordonFreeguy Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2008
Good pose.... and the shotgun :)
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Pyrosity Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks! :D
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CabooseRIF Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2008
You do a really good job at making their poses look very natural, as though someone had actually taken a picture of your characters at some random moment.
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Pyrosity Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you! That's good to hear... I guess I'm starting to get some of these things ingrained into my subconscious.
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Kuviare Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2008
"This is my boomstick"
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Pyrosity Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
Sho 'nuff. Man I gotta say, classic shotguns have a really nice quality to them. The wood furniture, the simplicity of design, the "bewm" factor.
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Kuviare Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2008
Yeah, I've replaced the model for the M3 in CS:S with an old pumper. It's reminiscent of the WWII Trench Gun. The new sound is awesome, and I find that I can suddenly nail anyone with it.
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Pyrosity Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
Ah, gameplay placebo. It's a wondrous thing :D
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Kuviare Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2008
Indeed it be. I've got the AWP switched to the Barret .50 cal, and that's very fun. Sound lasts double as long. :D
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CabooseRIF Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2008
I have to admire his choice in weaponry.
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Pyrosity Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
Funny thing, it was pretty much on a whim that I gave him a shotgun, but it does work well and fit. I think it was mostly because it was easier to do the shotgun from memory than one of the rifles. Hell I still haven't decided which one these troops will be using as standard - it would ideally be both a good and original design but also something I can easily and quickly recall and redraw.
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CabooseRIF Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2008
I know watcha mean. I hope you find a good compromise.
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