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    It's not a dream

    Hi, it is another WIP, I hope you like it, right now it is only a concept.
    cheers!

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    Hi again, here are the progress.

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    The diagonal composition and point of view looks good!
    Maybe try to determine the general lighting early,
    before you enter into more details.

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    That's true, thanks for the advice.

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    Looking good so far.

    The things that stand out most for me are this left foot and right hand. His hand looks backwards in that it looks like his thumb is on the wrong side of his hand. As for his foot, it looks like its disappearing into the ground rather than resting on it.

    Otherwise just need to see where you're going with the remaining details.

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    Hi, I think I have corrected the hand, and about the foot, it's behind a stone, but maybe I have to make it evident.

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    I wonder if having both feet hidden is a really good decision? From the looks of the character's posture, the left foot seems to be braced against the rock itself with the knee sharply bent. That would make a lot of sense with the situation. Problem is, if the foot is supposed to be hidden, it makes the balance of the character look a bit funny.

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    From the first sketches I had assumed the same posture
    as Nezumi Works does.

    Also, the right hand still needs some work: the fingers
    shouldn't be that visible unless the character was dropping
    the sword. Take a reference picture.

    A possible graphic node might arise where the peaks
    and the wing coincide.

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