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    The lighting is inconsistent

    Whats up with that blue

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    I think that is some black black. Might want to try for a while getting dark colors but never use black. black really flattens stuff out. And yea, the lighting is really inconsistent.

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    The colouring itself is very blurry. I'd suggest going for the full-out cel shading, or to blend the values together more.

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    The linework needs to be a lot smoother, it's really distracting right now. And yeah, what Bai Fan said- don't shade skin with black and gray, it creates a dead look.

    Color wise, I wouldn't get rid of the blue entirely, you can use it effectively... but not the way it is right now. If you want to balance that blue, change the highlighted areas to a more yellowish hue, white works as a cool color and you dont want to use it here as a highlight. You'll also need more warm hues in the side facing the light (again, as opposed to the gray you've used for shading). And dont forget the hair! You dont need to do anything extensive, but at least highlight some parts of it that are in the light so that it isn't one big, flat, black mass.

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    I see your points, now that you say so. I have to train more on the lines, so that they become smoother. Do you no by the way where you can get some free to download brushes for Photoshop, cause I´ve only got a few. Rather som more artisic that looks good. Thx for your crits =).

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    There is a tutorial section here that teaches you how to make your own..

    There are hundreds of brushes if you just google for them.

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    the placement and shape of her hair on the far side of her head makes it look like she has a goatee.

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    Slightly misplace, but I totally see it now.

    That is funny

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