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    Parsakoira's finished paintings

    Hey everyone, i decided to finally open a thread in this very section to show my finished work. If any mods disagree whether the works are finished or not, plz do move them to the critique section in that case this image is only for the thumbnail, nevermind it

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    This is a nice image. I think you could instill more action tho. Try more expressive gestures for these characters like theyre crouching and dodging and they could be swatted like flies any moment. Maybe try a dutch tilt and/or some motion blur? Maybe one or two soldiers that have been killed already? Arrows sticking out of the creature?

    I like how the path seems to be of sand, I dont see sand too often. I also like the creature design and the costumes.

    So I think you did everything right, but now take it a step further..push the action..push the storytelling, push the mood and light.

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    I like this a lot.

    My only thing is the lighting. The grass back there looks lit up, the sand and beast look lit up from the sun, but those trees on the top left don't look like they have any sun light hitting them and the blue sky feels like it could be a bit brighter, I don't know. Take it for what it is.

    Great image and that is a beastly beast right there. Like his armor.

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    Oh just noticed that the picture goes 3..2 ..1.. Nice, really like it

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    The lighting is cool, however you really need to bear down on the anatomy and the drapery a bit better, The positions of hands and overall anatomy is lacking. Try using photos as reference. Photos will also help with the clothing. Drapery takes a while to understand, you have to study different types of folds etc. Right now the clothing looks like it's made of ramen noodles and that's because you don't quite understand how the fabric lays naturally on the forms. Study anatomy and the drapery will be easier to solve. Good start though

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