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The Determination Of Vincent Reagon

The Determination Of Vincent Reagon

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 3, '14, 8:11 am 
Hey everybody, just a little drawing I did. I got some work to do on drawing different perspectives, but it's a start. Also the first eligible artwork for Muskies 2015. :P

This is Vincent Reagon. The man who I consider as the leader of the young trainees. He has the ability to make tough decisions. He has a good heart and cares a lot for his friends. Also, he is a ladies man with a one and million smile that could win any girl over.


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 3, '14, 12:13 pm 
Nice drawing ! He could win any girl over ? Tell me his secret ! :lol: ;)


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 3, '14, 6:00 pm 
Takes more than a smile to win this particular girl over. ;) Looks good! Very clean lines, nice expression. I think it'd look great shaded or colored, though…any plans to maybe do that in the future?


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 20, '14, 4:25 am 
He looks like an interesting character. Very nice drawing and very neat work. Hope we see more of Vincent in the future. :)


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 20, '14, 12:12 pm 
Wolf Bird wrote:Takes more than a smile to win this particular girl over. ;) Looks good! Very clean lines, nice expression. I think it'd look great shaded or colored, though…any plans to maybe do that in the future?

Thanks about the advice ! I'll try to take it into accounts ! Even if now I don't really need it as my GF is here in just more than three months...:gs_joy:


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PostPosted: Wed Apr 30, '14, 5:59 pm 
Just wondering, how did you come up with the name "Vincent Reagon"? It is a very unusual name, but I like it. The only Vincent's I can recall are (1)Vincent Price, the scary guy actor, and (2)Vincent in the TV show "Beauty & The Beast" played by actor Ron Pearlman ("Hellboy", etc.). It is a beautiful name.


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PostPosted: Thu May 1, '14, 5:22 am 
For Vincent, I remember stealing it from a book. I don't remember which book it was from though. I just thought it sounded elegant and charming. As for Reagon, it was actually named after one of my old coworkers. I thought her name was rather unique and sounded more like a last name, so without permission I stole it. Thus Vincent Reagon was born.


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