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    mak'n soup gunna add some salt an BAM'

    took a bunch of recent sketches an an mak'n soup gunna add some salt an BAM' hope it works out what'cha think
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    i understand that you put this together with several different sketches. but if you mean to integrate them seamlessly, you might want to change the warm hues on the girl. theres so much greens and blues everywhere... except her.
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    Yeah, that's what jumps out to me the most. Her warm hues as opposed to the cool background. Working on that will help make it mesh a lot more than it does now.
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    hey thanks pitin thanks MissCatlady heres an update i think once i gat it worked out a bit more i might just desaturate it then overlay some coolers yall like it or am i beat'n a dead horse
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    Ahhh, now we're getting somewhere. Defining the background really helped. But more will be needed to really pop both characters out. The mount is looking really cool.
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    thanks Duman you rrrrrrrrrRRRRRROOCCCKKK.........

    im try'n to say...I GOT A DINOSAUR -WHAT
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    Her skin is too bright, might want to darken it and make her temperature cooler. Maybe also darken the dress at the base so as to make it look wet.
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    thanks Rist is this wathca mean?
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    Yeah, nearly. Look around her. LOTS of green and Blue. Our skin reflects colours from around us, I would assume she would have some reflecting from her skin. Have some kind of green rim light or something. Its hard to explain this shit without working on it myself.

    But I think its a huge improvement, experiment with her skin a littl and show the results.
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    thanks Rist im gunna keep work'n on it
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    That looks much better. If you find it too cold you could introduce a secondary light source, such as a torch.
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    haha thanks Rist you RRRRROOOCCCCCKKKKKKKKK
    I dont think this was quite what ya ment but hows she do'n
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    That looks REALLY nice! Much better pose overall. You could always try with an orange flame also just to check out which looks better. Seeing is always more powerful than thinking.

    I think there 'might' be too much space to the right. Maybe you could play with the crop tool to see if taking some away would make it feel better.

    Put a nice reflection on that water, would make the piece really interesting.

    I think now that you have a torch you should darken some of the background with dark saturated blue, this would make her 'pop' from the background.
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