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    Smile The lair....

    Hi guys.....I think I ve just finished this one... to be critisized....hehe
    Hope you like it...
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    mood!!!

    hi thujon! i like it! i think yourve done a good job of setting the mood in this pic. hope to see more!!! OLIN

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    Hey
    Can anyone give me please some thought to this piece....
    Id like to know where I stand....and the best place is to ask here...am I right ;-))

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    Hightlights

    Maybe You Can Add Some Hightlights To The Trees. But I Do Like The Mood You've Set On This Pic.

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    The texture on the sky is a bit rough, and the whole sky is too bright for me.
    Broader variety of colors would be nice (some more saturated green in the background for example).

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    the perspective seems kinda of, make sure you have a set horison line when u draw invirmoments

    and abou tthe skype, make clouds, and i u dont want clouds, make a gradient and put some stars in ther or something

    and finlay about the moon, moons glow, they dont have black textured thingys on them =P

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    ok thanks for all the advice....Ill keep it in mind...

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    the moon shouldnt be as sharp as it is, and the dragons are a bit weird, make them more "grungy" and more on the background.

    For the rest its a great piece!

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    Nice mood you got going here! My advice would be to darken the purple forground / rightside ground, it looks alittlebit too bright to be lit from the moon.
    Also you seem to have the same problem that I have, I tend to underrate the use of castshadows. I mean they really improve the visual quality of the image so take more care about those. The trees and the groundplane need more interaction, castshadow, and some highlights

    Keep it up mate

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