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    FINISHED! critiques welcome :-)

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    Well, maybe harsh critique but, NOT finished.

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    No that's fine thanks for commenting. Would you mind elaborating on the aspects of the piece you find unfinished and what I might do to bring it to a more polished state?

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    I believe he means 'everything' by unfinished. It's all very messy and general. You have included reference to light sources and foreground/background, now you need to flesh and render out those elements.

    This post would be better suited in the sketchbook threads where there are more users inclined to help you develop your work as you go along.

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    I agree with the others, you just have to keep going.

    the blue light source is very dominant in the image so you would have to render all the objects to be affected by it. (giving the character and all those rocks blue-ish highlights)

    also a suggestion; There is the same level of detail throughout the image, to help create some depth it would be good to increase the details within objects and materials closer to the viewer and leave the things further back less detailed.

    As things we view naturally lose detail as they recede into the distance, it could help to emphasise that.

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    Thanks everyone for your comments. I took another crack and rendering out everything and thought I would post the updated pic. Let me know what yall think.

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