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    Talking Critiques please...

    hey am kinda new.... i really wanna push myself to the best.... if u cud gimme some critiques i'd be really happy to hear.... this is technically my 1st post... plz plz gimme feedback.....

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    Welcome to CA

    In the first on it seems like there is a problem with the lighting, the back of the girl needs to be darker in my opinion. I can also see some anatomy issues with girl's back musculature.

    In the second one, I can see that her left hand has 6 fingers. Or maybe its just me ? xD
    Try using some sharper brushes when painting, airbrush just doesn't look good on the second painting.

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    hey thanks for the input!!! i will work harder....
    yup i really need to study lighting.... that was the aim for the 1st composition.... i wanted to understand how light works.... but i dint really nail it!!

    the second one!!! haha... ya now that uve pointed it out... its actually 5 fingers but the thumb isnt correctly positioned making it look like 6 fingers!!!

    thanks alot choco!!

    can u plz lemme knw how the composition is in d first one???

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    OOOoooops.....ummm.... thats my bad..... My net connection died while it was uploadin... so I reposted these..... and I coulnt find the old post!!! thanks!!! I dint even knw that there were replies to dat!!!!!

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    can u plz lemme knw how the composition is in d first one???
    On the first one, there seem to be a problem with the perspective in the background.
    Its like the girl in the foreground is standing on a higher ground.(some sort of stepping stone)
    I don't think the viewer should be able to see the ceiling of the that tunnel.
    Its probably better if you lower your horizon line.


    On the other hand, I'm not sure where you want to guide the viewer's eye.
    Keep in mind that the human eye "prefers" to look at darker values.
    Very bright values are too tiering for the human eye, thats why it kinda wants to stare at darker places unconsciously.

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    thanks choco!!! i knew d perspective was kinda messed up but i cudnt put a finger on exactly wat was wrong..... thanks again... really... the value tip helped me understand why my eyes never budged from her torso..... thanks.....

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