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    Size doesn't matter

    Just finished this. It's done in Photoshop CS4. Feedback is very much wecome!

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    i love it. cute, nice compesition. lovely design, and great idea.
    The only thing i would critizise is that the edges of the fur from the backleg of the wolf is to sharp. i would make them softer.

    thanks for sharing.

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    That's awesome, I love the look on the wolf's face... priceless.

    I do agree with Erkan though that the back end of the wolf seems a little sharp and is drawing too much focus to it.

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    Love it!

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    Hello

    You got great creativity man...nice work..Keep it up man

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    I absolutely love this!! The facial expressions are priceless! I do agree with the comment about the fur, though. And I also have the impression the wolf is looking a little bit too much at me instead of at the rodents, probably because of his right (our left) eye (especially got this impression on my secondary monitor, not so much on my laptop screen ). But his stupefied look is awesome!

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    The lighting is brilliant. And I love the idea. The little guy under the leaf cape pushing his friend forward is icing

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    I love it as well, and agree about the fur. . .only crit would be I wish the wolf was looking more at the critters and not so much at us the viewer. I think if you made the wolf looking more at the creatures this would be a super solid piece. Good luck
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    One last thing-it might be nice to have some blues, teals, in those shadows to desaturate the heavy green and cool it down as the shadows go off the page -nice job though

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    Brilliant! I really love it. The lighting is very impressive.

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    Og god, how cute are they?
    This is going to be my Desktop background!
    Love the bunnies and the wolfs face. I agree that the fur is a little too sharp in the back, but generally you handled the fur very well!

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    I LOVE the sense of illumination. Crazy rendering. Five stars!

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    This is beautiful, funny and inspiring: It really tells the story. I love that the wolf is confused and obviously misunderstood. I would buy this, and put it on the wall. You just made my day.

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    aaawww! That really brings me back to when I used to take care of dogs!

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    Nice bounce light and sub object scattering

    Lighting definitely is a huge part in a piece... Sometimes it makes or breaks a piece.

    Great job!

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    Ha ha, woooooooooooow. Love the style, colors, lighting... everything. Great stuff.

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    This is just awesome! Thank you very much for sharing

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    Love those brush strokes, Tessilago!

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    cool cool cool cool cool cool cool AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!

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    beautiful. Love the textures and lighting. great style as well.

    I'd have the squirrels left hand also grasping the stick. With one hand it looks like he is about to give the pooch a lecture

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    I second the Poster idea. Please????

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    Really sweet. Love the wolf expression.
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    Absolutely fucking amazing! I adore you!!!!!

    You've grown a lot!!! Amazing stuff!

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    luv the wolf face

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    Haha! Fantastic expresssions and comp!

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    My goodness I have msised your art! Keep posting! Please. Your work is fantastic

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    This is great! I love the facial expressions.

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    I love it ^^ the wolf is so... ah, just look at his eyes XD

    I would only think about reducing the sharp edge from the fure in the left. Its a little distracting I think.
    Really nice pic. Are there more of it ?

    What brush did you use for the fure ?

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