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    hot summer day!

    Hi friends, i´m working on this painting and this is what i got right now, im looking for some advice on anything you might think as helpfull, just let me know
    thank you for now

    the pic is about some dragons having fun in a summer day.

    p.s i didnt put any cast shadows of the characters in the floor yet

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    They are adorable. I want a small army of them. The left foot needs some toes. That's about it from me. Nicely done.

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    This is just too cool and its really turning out nice. No crits here. Just keep it up.

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    Love it! No crits, just finish it!

    I was once on the receiving end of a critique so savagely nasty, I marched straight out of class to the office and changed my major (sketchbook).
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    Hmmm... I'm looking very hard for things to crit... And I find none. All I can say is that, as you move this to finish, make sure you kepp a consistent light source, and make sure you get the reflections in the water looking right. I think that can really make or break this painting. I like the blue reflections on the horns!

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    Lol )

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    Great use of color and Light. I really like what your doing here! 8)

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    he dosnt look grounded. the dragon that is.
    its looking as hes standing on the water, not at the sea shore.

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    WOW! I like them so much ! and they are so cute ! I did some beach and monsters painting already the contrast of those worlds bring joy! You are doing the textures super well ! The light its hitting a bit low for the sunny day though, But this could be, coz light will may be you final layer to work on in that strong hue?....the palms are great on the BG, and the one that it's breaking its nice add detail!

    I will suggest also to finish 1sth all your sky and Bg before adding more detail on the water and sand...so you can get a consistent look of light source , GREAT work!

    looking forward for all your updates !

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    awesome! good job, i hope you gonna finish the clouds in the sky.

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    that's cool. I want to see the finished version!

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    i just saw the finnished version on CGtalks main page, great work, it looks a lot better, esp the dragons feet.

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