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    i dig ur style.. but ill like it more if u do this style on ur own character... personally im tired of the characters fromt he LOTR..=) sorry... but i dig ur style really really do

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    Hey hey hey, since when did Zelda become Lord of the Rings? lol... I'll give you an 'amen' on the LOTR character comment. This is my first and last..

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    hehe nice coverup!

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    hey man.. i like the overall composition. its pretty cool and you alls o got a very good likeness in the face.

    The problem areas i see your skin. You go from mottled and mucky in the face.. to rubbery in the front hand. if you kept its the same consistancy on both it would be fine. but its like he goes from human to plastic (not that he cant.. but hey... )

    i think the forehand has a bit too much specular and the way the edges of the skin are it almost looks like its not really in the pic. like its floating on tope. try a slightly darker pigment outlinging the hand area. it will make it seam more part of the image.

    keep working on the stuf man. you are on the right track

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    :o paintover....

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    agreed. paintover. unless proven otherwise.

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    Originally posted by F3nix
    :o paintover....
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