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    Red face Feedback please. :)

    Hey all, im new to the whole conceptart.org experience and this is my first post here, i wanted to throw up 2 of my works and see if anyone would like to comment or feedback/crit. them. ummm, yea, thanks alot
    The first image is a female character thats wading through water, i need to finish the inks of the water, there will be skulls floating in there.
    The second is the first page of my comic im creating called will, he is a a disgruntled 19 year old who eventually flips his lid and finds that the world really can an does bend to his "Will"

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    I like the first image, it looks like it has some potential. The anatomy is fairly solid, the pose is nice, the character seems to carry with a sense of purpose. You really need to add a background though to get rid of all the white because it's screwing with value perception of the figure, and when you do add it, things won't look as planned. That or at least drop a solid shadow behind her to emphasie the light coming from the front (that's the way Im reading it). As is it looks overblown, there is just too much blinding light everywhere.
    Second panel I don't think I'm going to be much help because aside from your note on it I have now idea how to read it. Probably being dense.

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    Love the first one but not inking the water will a little more realistic "touch" to it when you color.

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    Love the first one but not inking the water will add a little more realistic "touch" to it when you color.

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    Thanks alot dusty imp, i appreciate the tips, i certainly do have to put a background, im having a hard time trying to decide what to put as far as lighting for the fact that she is extremely bright. i wanted to go for a night scene here but then i got over zealous colouring it mabey if i put some sort of spot light on her.
    Well thank you again for taking the time to look at it.

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    I was thinking tha same thing BlueKnightFox, im wondering if i should actually paint the background here and add it after the fact in photoshop or something.

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