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    Отличные портреты! Неплохой ландшафт, хорошее начало Но реф выбран не удачно, не очень какие-то горы на этом фото Советую искать фотографии и рисовать ландшафты в широкоэкранным соотношении и лучше использовать текстурные жесткие кисти для большей реалистичности. Как то так, будут вопросы, задавай, хотя мне самому еще учиться и учиться
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    This is pretty impressive actually
    The contrast and the depth work well. Those eyebrows are great!
    The eyes are a bit confusing - I'm not sure what's happening with them.
    Good to see you branching out more.
    I can't help much with landscapes myself, but whenever you're not sure what to do, you can always refine the outer edges.
    My Sketchbook - All are welcome
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    Wow the last portraits you did with pencil are looking so much better than the first ones! Great improvement
    I don't think the landscape looks bad. At first glance I think the big shadow that goes across the middle kinda at the back of the picture needs to be a bit darker.
    The digital portrait looks very good too, did you pick the colors yourself or did you use the drop tool for it? Anyways very good!
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    hey, the enviro is quite good, you just have to zoom in and start with details...refine edges, etc...
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    hey, so cool portraits... the eyes are most visible thing in the picture, maybe try to add more shadows to get more contrast,
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    Your paintings are pretty damn nice Sasha! Just keep on exploring!
    Please, excuse me for the possible errors in my English.

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    you are making good progress, just dont forget to use everything you know, in your last peace the collar bones are missing ^^ (just do it like in the peace before)
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    Love your paintings!
    "The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall."
    - Marianne Williamson

    Say "Hi" on DeviantArt!
    Or.. Drop by my Sketchbook and Help me Out?
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    Hiya! thanks for your comment on my SB awhile back. Sorry I forgot to respond

    I like how your paintings are coming along-- I do think you are showing improvement.

    Have you tried painting any still lifes or anything recently? They aren't as fun as portraits, but they are a good learning too! I say so because with a still life, you work from what's in front of you (and not from photos)... which teaches you more, ultimately!

    Anyhow, keep up the hard work!
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    Inspirational SB, no kidding.
    Makes me want to try harder.
    Keep it up!
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