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    Lost in a war

    hey guys, im new here. im not sure if im posting this in the right place. but here's a guy i made.
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    Uhm ok, you could do it better than this.

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    I think making a sketchbook would be a better idea, idk what kind of feedback you want on this piece.

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    It's a little rough around the edges for a final piece, but you are getting the idea where your technique is concerned. Create a sketchbook on the forums and update it as much as you can, that way you'll be able to get some advice and feedback on your work as you make progress with your style and work flow. It's all about the practice, what you put in is what you will get out.
    Looking at your image, it looks like you've used a basic hard round brush in photoshop with the opacity turned down. There's nothing wrong with that, infact some of the most basic brushes in photoshop are still the best ones you can find. There are heaps of awesome brush packs out there as well though that you might want to try experimenting with.

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    What they ^^^ said.

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    Maybe just blur out some of the misc lines, burn and dodge a bit more to round out the head piece, and go back and redefine some of the harder edges. That should help.

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