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    any critiques?

    i posted an earlier version of this a while back. worked on it a little. an suggestions?

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    sheesh!
    Waaaay to big...!
    plz resize

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    The explotion in the head of the boy seems to subtle in my opinion, too subtle, better to get rid of it or make it more obvious, other than that its very nice, since its too stylized and cartoony its hard to critique for me.

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    the ground plain doesnt match with where he is placed, right now it makes him look flattened like he is wall paper.

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    here is a smaller version sorry

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    The brain's position doesn't make a whole lotta sense - if it leapt from the top of the skull(where it opened up) it needs to follow an arc.

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    just a suggestion, if you have the tv being the only light source you could key the image darker.
    that would give you dark, long cast shadows. i would say the shadows on his skin could get darker now to relate better.

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