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  1. I like that you are carefully figuring out your...

    I like that you are carefully figuring out your values, and they're working pretty well. I think the weakest point is the "dead center" composition. You have that front door focal point placed...
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    Art: Thanks Obstfelder, it was my aunt and uncles...

    Thanks Obstfelder, it was my aunt and uncles cabin, and it was considerably larger. I've exaggerated a lot of things to try and express the feeling and mood that I recall. So the trees are taller,...
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    Art: Funny you should mention that. This area (that I...

    Funny you should mention that. This area (that I vacationed at as a child) is called Rio Nido, and during heavy winter rains 10 or 15 years ago, they experienced some severe mudslides . A lot of...
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    Hi, here's a quick paint over. I can see that you...

    Hi, here's a quick paint over. I can see that you are thinking of the figure in perspective, and the camera angle is pretty clear (low angle) but you have a few inconsistencies. her shoulders aren't...
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    Art: River Cabin

    I think this is finished (I've been looking at it for too long to be sure).
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    I had a related question, can I make a bristle...

    I had a related question, can I make a bristle brush taper like that?
    I'm using Painter 8, and while I can get the pens and some other brushes to taper their size based on stylus pressure, I can't...
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    Are you working with a sketch underneath the...

    Are you working with a sketch underneath the paint layers?, because I can't see any underlying sketch. If you are working with a sketch, get that as good and as tight as you want the finish to ever...
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    Art: Wow, very nice. I think it's also a really funny...

    Wow, very nice. I think it's also a really funny accident that the name (in English) sounds like "Cost a Fortune" meaning something that costs a whole lot of money! ha ha. (At first I thought that...
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    Very cool idea (the centaur cowboy). I like what...

    Very cool idea (the centaur cowboy). I like what you have so far, the problem I'm having with it, is your style. It seems somewhere between simple modeling of forms and very flat (low relief) cut...
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    Huge improvements in the last few days. This...

    Huge improvements in the last few days. This piece is really coming along. I really like that stone frog in the foreground- nice touch (in the earlier sketch, I thought it was just another frog)
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    Quigleyer, this is looking really...

    Quigleyer,
    this is looking really nice. I don't think the diagonal bars framing the focal point is a bad thing at all. I think it adds a lot of dynamism to the composition. The only...
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    Man, I wish I'd seen this before you started...

    Man, I wish I'd seen this before you started painting. Your figures are both leaning pretty far off balance. It's o.k. if she's leaning into him, but he can't be leaning over also.
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    Here's an update. Now that my kids are finally...

    Here's an update. Now that my kids are finally back in school, maybe I can finish the rest of this quickly.
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    No I think TerryGillooly is on to it. My initial...

    No I think TerryGillooly is on to it. My initial reaction to the riding character was I thought he was a dwarf or something. His head may be the right proportion for a 1 year old, but the general...
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    Let's see: cardboard boxes, a fawn, and a...

    Let's see: cardboard boxes, a fawn, and a biplane. Nope, I still can't figure out what the story is here. I'm guessing you're not too sure either. If there is a story connecting those three seemingly...
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    TerryGillooly beat me to the punch. I was going...

    TerryGillooly beat me to the punch. I was going to say that the colors are all in a very narrow value range and it's in need of some darks. You can see what TerryGillooly's paint over does, it just...
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    I also see what Izzard Axel is talking about....

    I also see what Izzard Axel is talking about. You've painted a very dense head of hair, and at the hairline we see flesh but no shadow cast on the scalp from that hair. I think that is what's making...
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    Exactly!:P

    Exactly!:P
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    I think meDrawUC's advice is excellent. Without...

    I think meDrawUC's advice is excellent. Without great photo reference (with the right camera lense) this extreme angle would be difficult even for a seasoned illustrator. It's not likely to be a...
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    Dude, I was never suggesting that you make it...

    Dude, I was never suggesting that you make it more like the sketch I drew! It was just to illustrate the point. The fact remains that your perspective is all over the place (bent over at the waist or...
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    Interesting idea. The first thing that hit me was...

    Interesting idea. The first thing that hit me was that you have almost no variation in your colors. The green of the cave only shifts towards black (it doesn't get warmer or cooler, more muted or...
  22. Yeah it needs a light source somewhere (I don't...

    Yeah it needs a light source somewhere (I don't think having just that rim is enough). The massive amount of red in the composition right now, makes it hard to tell where you are headed with this one.
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    Before you spend a whole lot of time tweaking the...

    Before you spend a whole lot of time tweaking the anatomy, you should get the perspective correct in your scene. From the lines you've indicated on the door (doorway?) it looks as though we are on...
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    I'm with Truepinkas. Quigleyer, you have such...

    I'm with Truepinkas. Quigleyer, you have such luscious brush work when you go loose, you shouldn't give all of that up. A little "lost and found" is a good thing, have some loose fun in some areas,...
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    Art: Nice color and composition. My first response...

    Nice color and composition. My first response though was the same one tgfx had. The hero is facing (both his body and his head) perpendicular to the sea monster's head which leaves it a pretty open...
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