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Old 09-10-2017, 11:26 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by Ronald View Post
Hey, I don't think I've seen you on the forum. I appreciate the feedback!

Thanks, everyone. Respectfully, I think if you were more familiar with action figures, you'd not see the crotch as being so odd. This business is, of course, aimed at toy/figure enthusiasts, which my brother and I both are. He loved the design and didn't cite any oddities. My illustrations and design are based on Kenner's Super Powers Collection.
If the only people who are ever going to look at this and have an opinion on this are enthusiasts that are used to this, that's helpful. But not so much if anyone else ever looks at it. Whether it's the parent of a young enthusiast, or a spouse / so / close friend of an adult, it really doesn't come off well.

I'd say either mute the effect or make the whole figure more doll-like and the legs more articulated. Right now your at a midpoint that looks pretty bad even to people who recognize what you are doing.
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