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    I definitely need something sharp to contrast my muddy edges. im gonna keep editing that brush until it does what i want it to i guess.

    thank you for the comments!

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    Mind-blowing works! You handle colors amazingly.

    p.s. Loved your tumblog! Definitely going to follow and spam my followers with a few reblogs. Cheers!

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    Really love your work and the fact that you are updating regularly

    I hope you don't mind, but I did a quick paintover on your last piece though. I felt the face A) was a bit strange looking and B) the lighting on the face was really inconsistent. The bright orange reflected light on the bottom planes doesn't make sense the orange of the cape is behind his head. I opted for some ambient grey blue tones coming from the bright sky (allows some nice temperature play against the warm cape), and then let the light from the cape hit a couple planes on the back of the head and cause some subsurface scattering through the ear. The chin you had was also tangent with the cape, so I brought some of the orange yellow under it to separate them.

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    thank you for the critique! i must admit i didn't pay much attention to making the light-sources plausable.

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    WOW! That's impressive!
    About how many hours did you spend on that study?

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    thanks! I spent ~3 hours on it.

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    getting a strange feeling of déjà-vu

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    a friend asked me to draw some prop concepts that he could model.

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    Patonki you lighting master bastard! Good stuff, very jealous.

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    Thank you!
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    I'm loving your color choices, and the graphicness of your pieces. Maybe take a look at how you draw noses though, they're very often an L shape in a 3/4 view. I can tell it's a stylistic choice, but some variation might be good? I dunno man, keep up the good work!

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    Thanks! I try to vary my noses up but keep falling back on that same shape.
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    my pathfinder character
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