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    Need some help, kinda in a hurry:D

    Anyone know any good water and hair tutorial, or do you have some tips?

    I also need some advice on the composition, i dont have time to change the lightning even if its very off


    Reply if you got some good tips or advices
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    Finished it, turned out okey...


    Tell me what I should focus on next time

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    Rendering is nice, but it just doesn't look realistic, the composition is a bit boring too.

    I don't know a lot about it, but I'm sure it would've helped if you studied references of speedboats, jetski's etc. before you did this.
    Also creating thumbnails to find a composition that looks good is important.

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    For next time remember: "A lack of planning on your part does not constitute an emergency on my part".


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    For next time remember: "A lack of planning on your part does not constitute an emergency on my part".


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    It's an appropriate Christmas present and I bet you've already gave the lucky guy his caricature

    Next time, think more about composition, there's no design to this picture.
    Having a solid composition usually improves the picture about a billion times more than texturing background stuff.
    Here's an easy trick: Make one thing in the picture really big, one mid-sized and one thing tiny.
    That's a good emergency plan if you don't have a lot of time to fumble around with compositions.
    In this example you could've made the head far far bigger, the boat a lot smaller and leave the body tiny as it is.
    Right now the boat is midsized, the head is somewhat midsized and the body is small.

    Just try to apply this tip for yourself with the lasso tool.
    Resize everything and make the big things even bigger and the tiny things even smaller.
    And then do it again, I'm 100 % sure that you will be too timid on the first try .

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