A different Mutant Ogrin

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A different Mutant Ogrin

Post by Nogitsune » 04 Sep 2010 06:41 pm

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Re: A different Mutant Ogrin

Post by Silver Link » 04 Sep 2010 08:55 pm

I'm not a big fan of the eyes but everything else is perfect

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Re: A different Mutant Ogrin

Post by Madge » 05 Sep 2010 12:16 am

Those eyes look like the eyes of the original mutant aisha, don't they?

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I think it's way cool, though! The colour scheme is so much more flattering than the official ogrin's is.

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Re: A different Mutant Ogrin

Post by Nogitsune » 05 Sep 2010 01:14 am

Madge wrote:Those eyes look like the eyes of the original mutant aisha, don't they?

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I think it's way cool, though! The colour scheme is so much more flattering than the official ogrin's is.
That was apparently the point:
keishinkae wrote:
So like I was looking at the old OLD mutant aisha with eye stalks then was all HEY THE DO A MUTANT OGRIN LIKE THAT..

So I did.

Lol, eye stalks.

Freaky thing.

Did the mouth tail like the real one has cuz it was just too awesome.

I made it look kind of like mawhiles tail a little.


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Re: A different Mutant Ogrin

Post by Pyrostatic » 06 Sep 2010 02:24 am

Is it just me, or does it kind of give a Maraquan feel? In a few ways; maybe it's just the mane that's fooling me. But at least it reminds you more of an Ogrin than the official. o.o

But other than that, pretty nifty art! Ooh, someone should recommend her to try the Uni! I wonder what her take on that would be.

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Re: A different Mutant Ogrin

Post by Xelio » 06 Sep 2010 05:21 pm

It took me three separate times coming to this thread to realize what was done with the legs. The insectoid turn on the back leg is what made me catch the change in structure. Very clever, subtle touch.
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