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Old 01-15-2018, 04:16 PM   #91
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Originally Posted by RobertS View Post
Thanks jeffchris50, I actually find Hellboy hard to draw. I am not that familiar with him in comic form and when googling his image there are all sorts of variations on his look and since my style is very different from Mike Mignola's , I went with more the movie version - i will definitely take a look at the hand though and see if i can correct it.
Yes. I feel you. Is a tricky design. I think by the end of this exercise I will be able to understand Hellboy's construction at full. Body and face.
The good thing is that each artist who has drawn it made his own version of Hellboy. Even the own Mignola, he changes the design continously.
I went to find Mignola's sketches looking for accuracy. But these models are all different. From one to the other.
Finally I found some action figures online that are based on Mignolas originals that are more consistent and well defined. Right now, I'm using these as my reference.
Also, I want to remark, the most I'm knowing about Hellboy, the most fascinating I find this character.

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