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    Back off..

    Finally got some time to do some experimenting again and this is what came out. Tried out some new brushes and techniques. I'm not 100% happy with it yet, can't quite get the feel that I'm striving to, but I've been working on it for too long, need to switch. Maybe I'll come back to it later.
    In the meantime I would love to hear your comments.
    Thanks a lot.

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    a little feedback, anyone?
    thanks in advance
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    the face esp the nose is a little too red, she looks like shes got a cold. the features are ok.

    also i'm not really sure what the wire means. could live without it.

    another thing would be the hairline, it looks a little like she is wearing a wig, look at photos to see how hairline transitions look. and maybe soften the edge of the hair to the left a bit.

    the neck looks a liitle bit weird, too. i cant really see the right-hand "kopfwender" muscle, you know, the one that goes from behind the ear to the clavicle.


    but all in all i really like it, nice work!
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    Great contrast, it really draws you eye.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kfeeras View Post
    the neck looks a liitle bit weird, too. i cant really see the right-hand "kopfwender" muscle, you know, the one that goes from behind the ear to the clavicle.
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    cool, thanks so much
    - check redness
    - check hairline
    - check the whatever muscle

    I really appreciate the feedback folks. I've been staring at this piece so long I can't really see it anymore until someone else points things out to me about it.
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    thought you'll understand Kopfwender since you are from Schweiz. If you have a Bammes-(E)-Book, he calls it that way. Lookin forward to the Piece!
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