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    A ninja and his buddy

    Did this a few months ago. I signed up a while ago but never posted anything on here so I'm still kinda new. Got tired of the other cg sites. This site has way more cooler stuff. Glad to be a part of it. Crits welcomed. Hope to post more soon.

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    Aww...
    Our, right arm on the robot looks a bit small. Either angle it back more or make the hand larger showing that it is going forward.
    Ninja's legs way too small, looks unproportioned.
    GJ though.

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    Thanks for the suggestions.

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    welcome to the community. I dig the colors and the textures. to provide a constructive crit, you could use some work on the foreshortening on this piece to make it a little less flat.

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    Thanks for the suggestions. The foreshortening and depth seems to be the common problem from what people are telling me. I will definitely address that if I visit this piece again.

    It's amazing what I couldn't see until other people look at it. I need to step away from my work more often to try to gain that perspective. Again thanks for the suggestions...they only help.

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