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    Talking Colored Insomniac Turtle!!!!

    I decided to color this picture being that i had alot of spare time at my dorm ova Easter Break with No one around except for my one friend that hooked me up wit Photoshop....so i decided to go ahead and color all the pics from my last post....this is the first one of the Insomniac Turtle which is me as a turtle cuz i never get to sleep....crits are welcomed and appreciated....

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    VA,

    The turtle is a bit funny but you still need to work on only showing thinks in profile or frontal views. You need to work on shading. The drawing is only partially done and I think you should start on something new.

    A challenge, for you in coloring.

    If you are bored, then you are boring.
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    i like the non-colour version much better.the other one's too plain.there's a big white space behind it that takes away all feeling of bigness.also it looks unsharp and the vector shading doesn't at all go with the otherwise somewhat "realistic" shading.the speak bubble seems to add to the composition too on the non-colour one-the coloured one is again too plain.revisit this picture again and begin with flat colouring first.show it to us and then let's see how to go on.

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    Carnifax...understood and will do....And Teacher, i will try to find something a bit more challenging for my coloring...

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