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    I love the diversity in your style and subject matter.

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    Those character designs on the top of page 2 could use some color. The style you've done them in would do well from a treatment of a high energy color scheme.

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    conti: Thanks, thats good you like my efforts.
    Jushra: Thanks a-lot, Its in the preferences setting about; how much post we want to see in a thread, may be you have different setting there so I didn't get exactly which characters are you talking i think you are saying about weirdo bunny heads ones. mention post no. can erase this confusion. thanks again.

    I am so in love with portrait-ing
    ref link to Joanna Kustra's photographs, he is an amazing photographer. what a beautiful lights costume everything awesome i really enjoyed doing portrait form his work. i really learn t much from this.

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    great studies!, I can really see your improvement

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    Capital G: thanks, yeah right! that's true.

    I am so in love with portrait-ing
    ref link to Joanna Kustra's photographs, he is an amazing photographer. what a beautiful lights costume everything awesome i really enjoyed doing portrait form his work. i really learn t much from this.

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    Wow, I feel honored that you used one of my paintings to study with! Great colors and I love the softness between the hair and the background.

    Some things to look at:
    She needs some more skull area added to the back of her head.
    Pay attention to the details. The corners and shape of the mouth, for instance. You can add some softness to the transition between lip and the rest of the skin.
    Use warm browns and purples instead of just gray on the side of her face.

    Very cool!

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    I really enjoy your paintings a character designs, but I thought I'd told something useful about those graffiti sketches, you should make your letters look they are in the same font (that they match to eachother) by that I mean, you should make the legs of the letters(or bars, not really sure how to call them) in the same size everywhere, your letters should be the same height and width, also the 3d or the shadow or whatever, was missing in some parts of the letters. Also your letters should have a "flow", that means if you bend one letter to the right, you'll to that with all the other letters, to match, (there are a lot of more complicated flows in graffiti pieces, but it's just a basic example) If you ever want your graffiti to look decent, you have to master the basics, you should do really simple straight block letters, (something similar what you see on some commercials etc.) After you master simple block letters, you can bend your letters little more, add a flow and make them look a little bit more "cool", so basically development takes place from really simple to step by step to more complicated. There seems to be quite much freedom in graffiti, but there really isn't, all of the pieces (that are actually good) follow those basic rules.. after mastering those basic "rules" then you can be free with developing your pieces, because you then know how to make your piece "look right".. I just wrote it because I wanted to be more useful then saying just "your paintings and characters are cool", though I think you don't really do much graffiti so I think my comment is still quite useless. (the sketches I commented were about six months old :d)

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    Emily G; I feel honored that you liked it. I must admire your work again. its just so alive and beautiful! I am so happy. These critics are the most value able assets to me. thank you dear Emily.

    spark_zero; Thanks for dropping by. I am happy that you enjoyed your time spent. I like graffiti but as you pointed out I need to
    understand the flow more for it, good advice I will work on this. Cheers

    here's an update for head design for a secret agent Challenge @ cgtalk.

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    Hey today's portrait.
    Ref Link to second portrait by Giuliano Bekor's Portfolio.

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    I thought I be nice like u and quickly paint over some stuff for u to see better.

    Her overall face is out of proportion. Her right side is too big, her left side is too small.

    The lips is too small. The eyes are too far apart. The right eye is a tad bit far from nose line. Her left eye is tad bit too close to the nose line.

    I try to do do some value changes, but that doesnt convey well.

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    oh thanks alot mate that looks much much better, I just saw coro's painting tutorial trailer and he say that first we should only worry about the placement and distance b/w eye and nose and after that the lips. Which i think i skip and jump into next stage,
    thanks again so nice of you!

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    Wou, it's been almost a month since i have update anything! here's another portrait!

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