Dougbot's newborn afterbirth

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    Dougbot's newborn afterbirth

    So here's something I whipped up last night. It's pretty generic, but I wanted to just move with it and not really think about what I was creating. I have two others I'll start if I get the time. So busy.



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    Really nice work! I like that growing "cabbage" with the baby in it.
    But I think something is missing. The dead man dominates, while the baby is seen at the second or even third glance.

    Nevertheless I'm looking forward to your other works.

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    Wow! Can't wait to see more Doug!

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    looking good i'll be waiting to see more of it

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    Hey thanks all. Here's me throwing some color at it. Seeing if anything sticks.



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    Wow. *.* I really love the color pallet you've chosen and the difference in the way the young and old are shaded.
    Looking forward to more.

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    liking where this is heading. Only very minor crit is the dead body feels sligtly uneasy and out of perspective?

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