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    Double Cross - Double Dare

    Girls with guns may have been covered before, but here's my contribution, though late it may be. PS7 - about 15 hours. Girl's pose from photo ref...



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    damn, that turned out really nice...

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    Thanks, jook!

    I took the liberty of tweeking things here and there. I've had comments before about her right wrist and the perspective of the briefcase, so I worked a bit more on those. What do you think?



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    Very well done! I Nlike her pose and her overall attitude cntributed towards the piece! One thing I saw that looked wierd is that it looks like the bed is slanted.:confused:

    hmmm.... She kinda looks like Lara Croft, was the refrence from Tomb Raider?

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    The second image is way better, but to me its more the colors then the other two issues that made the differnce. The contrast makes it much more powerful! One thing I noticed, Im not really sure why, but to me the guy looks like he is wearing a bathrobe instead of a trench coat. Maybe it has something to do with the way the light is reflecting or it may be the texture of the coat. Anyway, I like this piece. Good work!

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