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    You have an amazing eye for color and anatomy. Really great stuff. I like how settle your form changes. Great stuff. I would love to see more environments. Keep it up

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    The image would pop a bit more if you played off of the dramatic light, sort of like what you're doing at the left of the building. Either way, nice work.

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    IronFistGoon: Thanks!
    Zord: Ah yes, I see what you mean, fanks!

    this is shit, but i might aswell put it here in hopes that someone can crit it

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    That last one is nice. Has it been done with a 3d software?
    I've got two little crits for it.
    Firstly, the sharpness of some of the building edges and the strong contrast between light and shadow give a midday sunlight impression, which creates some dissonance with the blurry contours of the shadows.
    Second, the end of the rock wall it's in same place as the vertical piece of the railing in first term. That creates a strange effect in composition. You could also expand the canvas a bit to the left, to make sure the roof shape can "breathe" and doesn't touch the limits of the canvas, although I think that's a minor issue.

    Anyway, that's a really good piece. I hope my crit has been useful! keep up the good work man

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    5 stars! Thats for sure!
    Excellent drawing skills.
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    very impressive gorgnut

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    I like the viking quite a bit

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