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    3 speedies

    for fun and practice. hue variation after painting (orig. all same colour sheme).
    about 1 hour for each one.
    cheers

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    while i appreciate you pointing out what i already know i should do,alittle more concrete pointers on this one would be nice .

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    I do like the character, her expression is quite nice in all three, but i do however think as they are speedies and as you just said yourself in your post just now- you'd like pointers i think maybe it would be better suited to the critique section? no offence its just i didnt think speed paints were meant to be posted here?

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    I think the characters look too stiff and postured (try to instill more energy into your "speedies" -- specifically, use the color and light to make your characters "POP"), and the edges are blurred (in some places this is needed, i.e. the fuzzy sweater, but I think you need to try harder to use the line/color to convey what it is you're representing). Albeit, I do like how you are using shadows to "ground" your characters, but as you pointed out -- they only took about one hour each. I don't think this amount of time implies the "FINALLY" finished notion that one would expect to find in this section of the forums. Good job overall though ~_~

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    points duly noted for future reference.
    mods,move this if you see fit please.

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    hands and feet are too small. Weight is off on the second and third one. You should do a lot more drapery studies. The arms need to be connect to the body better. Need more drawings from life. Study anatomy. The body has no form. Try to use references for the clothes, like for the buttons of the coat.

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    look at the feet in the first one, they are both almost profile like <| <|
    Watch your footing

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