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    First digital painting

    Even a blind squierrel finds a nut every now and again.
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    it looks nice!!
    just add some more detail to the tree and the falcon..

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    Good advice...i just couldnt get either to look right but maybe ill pull it out again and take another crack at it. Thanks for the comment BTW

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    you definitely need to darken up ur values- darken up the shadows. and i agree with farmer some more detail would be good.

    and this is in response to farmer..where do you get off using an icon that is so aesthetically hideous and offensive?

    Last edited by hoodedoutcast; March 1st, 2004 at 07:46 PM.
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