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    I'm A Magician

    Hey, this is my first post here. Also my first real attempt at digital painting. I used Photoshop for it, and it took about 2.5 hours. Anyways, I'm looking for some critique, so here it is!

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    This looks too flat. Show us some form !
    Set a range of value and from there use them to make some depth.

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    Hey, thanks for the reply. I tried to add some more value, but I'm not sure if I improved the drawing. I just went over whole thing really quickly.
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    You might also try getting rid of the the font, it looks kind of tacky and cheap, try something else or better yet try painting it yourself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zero Sum View Post
    You might also try getting rid of the the font, it looks kind of tacky and cheap, try something else or better yet try painting it yourself.
    Yea, the thing behind his head is just kind-of temporary. I'm open to different ideas of things to put back there. I just thought without it the drawing feels kind-of.... lacking maybe?

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    Look at yourself in the mirror under the same lighting conditions. Where is the cast shadow off the nose? Where are the cheekbones on the face?

    Even though this is way exagerrated, you still are basing it on human anatomy, which must be observed in order to exaggerate it.

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