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    Wink Look, and plz do touch

    Ok, I don't have much to say except that I would like some c&c. I didn't get any reply's from my last 2 postings and they all got over 300 views. I just want some feedback, even an "Ewww" would be better than nothing

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    My eye is drawn to the floating right foot. Whats holding it up???

    life is cruel only to make you stronger
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    first thing i noticed were how disproportioned everything is... his hands are small compared to his head. and same with the feet... too small. and you seem to lack a space between the rib cage and the pelvis. and when you draw eyes, make sure you are aware of where the eye sockets are so you place your eyes in the right place

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    sorry but i agree with digi and mtomczec,
    work on your proportions...

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    it needs a background, even if it's just something as simple as a wall that he's sitting on. Trying to show somebody resting on nothing is very jarring to the eye.

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    ok, it's a start. i agree with the others that the proportions are off, and the foreshortening as well...loomis has some great books - it pays to check them out, and you can download them for free! keep practicing..

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    Broken links are pretty!

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    I'm not upset, I'm just BLUNT.

    The heading is nice but Dude seriously, I see nothing. If My PC is too crappy to see your work, I apologise in advance, but if the file is broken FIX IT. I understand your frustration with the posts, most of us do.
    Don't mean to be rude. You simply need to give us a reason to come back.

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