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    Juggernaut Pummel

    This is the sketch that I will be basing my Pummel and Jack Kirby drawing on:


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    Straight Outta a Comic Book [SUPPORTER] Symson's Avatar
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    You have tangents on the right wrist and knee that makes it look like he is not through the wall.

    Also, since he has come through the wall, why is he punching backwards at the wall?
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    Thanks Symson.

    The tangents seem an easy fix. But any ideas on how to address your second observation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrazyMobius View Post
    ...any ideas on how to address your second observation?
    Perspective.

    You have three planes: pre-wall, wall, post-wall. Place lead foot and knee immediately behind the wall. Body "in" the wall. Head and lead fist past or through the wall.

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    Yeah, if you're going to take on Juggernaut, have him REAALY taking down that wall. As Smitty talks about, part in part out. With rubble flying outward!
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    The fists are still creating tangents with the wall.

    You need different sizes of debris coming forward.
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    Just redraw. Trying to fix the perspective is a losing battle in this case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Always Drawing View Post
    Just redraw. Trying to fix the perspective is a losing battle in this case.
    But if I redraw I'm unsure how to fix it also.

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    Just bring the house down. Give him some forward thrust, opposite limbs rule. I'm fighting you this month, right? Oh, well... hope you dont mind...
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