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    QUASAR - updated 04/15/2014

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    I like the texture and under-lighting in the face, and I like how the background is blurred and out of focus. Right forearm looks a bit short. If it is shortened because it is extending forward, the depth isn't convincing enough, and the hand is too small. Neck looks a little too extended for such musculature too, usually figures that muscle bound have less of a neck.
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    id love to see more outlines from the light behind..itd make it more dynamic...adding more blurring on his body would unify him with the rest of the atmosphere which I suppose is subject to fast movement...

    the arm does look a little small...but not that much...i think its wonderful, i like your painting style and the depth of the facial features...

    well done
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    Awesome lighting, especially from the ring. Only things I'd change would be working on the foreshortening of the right arm a bit--it does look a little flat. Also, this may just be me being nit-picky, but the area around his mouth looks a bit bloated, like he's got something in his cheeks. Maybe pull in the lines around his mouth a bit? Give the cheeks and chin a little more space, perhaps. Again, this is probably just me.
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    It might sound odd, but it's too, well, green. I'd like to see it with a different colored background that compliments the green. As for the art itself, very fab-o!
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    I enjoy your work.
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    very nice.

    I pick up on faces alot, and he looks like Milo V. from Heroes
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    Very cool. I like how the light reflects on his chin.
    Maybe the chest and shoulders are a little to big and the hands are too small.
    But it's a great illustration anyways.
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    Amazing works I like the Reptilian dude looks creepy, Thumbs up!!!
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    nice work
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