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    speed paint OWL

    Bit off from the ref but I was happy with the eyes...

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    1: Finally Finished isn't the place for speedies.
    2: Checked out your site. If you absolutely must have an intro animation, should really put a "skip" button somewhere. Also, either make the entire final image clickable to enter the site, or do something to the text link so that it's more obvious.


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    I know it's a speed paint, and I'm not sure how accurately you were trying to capture the essence of the owl, but I can't help feel the face has been drawn vaguely. There are a couple of defining features very clearly missing, and it would only have taken a few extra strokes to add them in. Specifically, some hard shadows on the right brow and the beak, and highlights to make the brows and whiskers more prominent. To me those things pretty much define that owl. To have them missing is like ignoring the subject and just coping colors from one place to another. Maybe that was the exercise, in which case I'll shut up and go away now lol

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