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    Its my featured on DA I like but I can't help but wonder that I could had done better anywho Comments? I Plan on redoing this again in the future.

    I use a Intous Tablet I'm still a newbie ,but don't hold back please I rather have honest people tell me whats wrong so that way I can get better.

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    Instead of a DA link, attach the piece directly here.

    Tristan Elwell
    **Finished Work Thread **Process Thread **Edges Tutorial

    "Work is more fun than fun."
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    "Art is supposed to punch you in the brain, and it's supposed to stay punched."
    -Marc Maron
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    Okay I did what you told me.
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    the clothing design is easily the strongest part of this, followed closely by your clean lines. It then takes a SERIOUS plunge to your colors and anatomy, going downhill from there.

    The clothing design, like I said, is really strong. Definitely something someone in a game or animation would wear. (heavily fantasy or anime themed)

    The linework is similarly pleasing. Sketchy, but not too sketchy, and I notice a heavier line where the shadows should be.

    However, everything seems hypersaturated, really. Try emphasizing your highlights, or maybe your midtones, or maybe your darks, but not all over - let the saturation of colors be your tool in directing the eye of your audience.

    He looks like he has really short legs, and I notice his right leg bending in two places. Also, a few articles of clothing just aren't casting shadows, and it also seems like you need to define your light source a little better.

    welcome to CA! Glad to have you here!

    Last, just stay away from the photoshop special brushes. They don't fool anyone and all it says is that you're being lazy.
    Lake Hurwitz

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