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    Hello everyone. I'm just starting with these so I could use some pointers. In this case, I am hoping to get the lighting right. Any tips will be greatly appreciated.

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    Love the expression on her face, will leave it to the rest of them for improvements as I like it. A bit more definition on the shoulders perhaps

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    Nice start! I think you can push some darks into the figure. Right now everything is sort of in the lights and middle tones while your background is pitch black. Experiment with some darker areas in the robot to integrate it with the setting.

    Please Sir, I'd like some more.

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    Thanks, it was hard to get this expression, but I think it came out pretty well.

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    I think you're very right. But as far as I understand, one should avoid 'pure' black. Maybe a super dark blue, almost to black but not quite. Thanks for the advice!

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    Hey, I really like this!
    One thing I'd like to point out is that her chin looks a little sunken-in. I hope it's not rude if I put a little paintover here...
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    Not rude at all, thanks for the note. I think it looks a lot better with your adjustment ^^.

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    the foreground cheek looks flat to me. love this char btw. starcraft is one of my all-time favorite games. i was just thinking about doing my own adjutaunt lol.

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