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    I always seem to do something wrong

    What is it? I've heard several things. I try and improve and nothing gets better.

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    It's pretty hard to say really. There's a lot going on and I have no idea what's happening in your picture...

    The shading is pretty nice, the perspective is a little haphazard. The main problem is that there's no basis. No ground that is recognizable and relate-able, what was your intention with this picture? Your reference?

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    well... it looks like an alien machinery but... i thinks that there are too many clashing colours, no central piece to draw attention...

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    Why not take whatever the central item is in your pic and isolate it, work on it separately from the background? Once you've got the basics down there, and have a feel for the object or character, then pay more attention to the environment.

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