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    i am trying to develop my style into a slightly realistic-colored, yet stylized way; i am about to work on a very big project and i want to know if this style looks like it pieces together. does the anatomy look correct, and is the manga eyes good compared to the realistic coloring?

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    Unless you're going to do a lot more with the shading, I'd put the lineart back in. It looks washed-out and undefined, and darker lines would help counteract that.

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    I would disagree, not everything has to be in your face. I kind of like the look. Maybe make the eye blue a bit more intense and lose the black on the edge of the iris.


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    It's hard to tell with such a loose sketch how far you can push this style. Right now I would advise you to do some studies and practice and worry about style later. The portrait has little structure from the lines or values. I would just go back and practice realistic drawings.

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    Again I would disagree. The face show weariness, almost sadness. I would really like to see the big project and how he would fit in.


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