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    nomad child

    hello, this is my first post...
    a nomad child painted in photoshop.
    hope you like it and i hope it's good enough to be on here...
    you guys are a source of inspiration and motivation for me.
    toby

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    Last edited by toby23; April 8th, 2008 at 04:53 AM. Reason: changed colours based on feedback
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    hey, nice post. It's painted really well. My only problem is that it's a bit monochomatic, the girls skintone, hair shirt and overalls are all very close. I'd give her a different color shirt, dark blue maybe, something to change that up a little bit. But other than that it's really nice.

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    thanks for your feedback,
    i changed the colours and it really makes a difference.

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    I like the canvas texture, the brush texture, and your proportions are very good... also shes very adorable...
    It now looks like youre done with the composition, coloring and lighting stage, and maybe you could zoom in now and add more details. define borders more, smooth out areas between some shading, and use a low opacity white brush to texture the skin up. anyways, keep it up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alizel View Post
    smooth out areas between some shading, and use a low opacity white brush to texture the skin up. anyways, keep it up!
    Be careful with these. Too much smoothing can destroy the structure of face and make it less alive. Low opacity white brush will propably make the colors dull. I'd play with that on new layer.

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    great job with the revisions! It's really nice.

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