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    milli vanilli

    this is using all that I learned on this site, I understand I have a ways to go , but what a pleasure to be at this level, I'm free to apply thoughts instead of struggling with technique . my next project is to study Howard Terpning

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    Woah, well executed, but I want to ask this is the full frame of it or a crop?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fxEVo View Post
    Woah, well executed, but I want to ask this is the full frame of it or a crop?

    thanks plenty
    yes its full frame

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    Hey RangerX! The colors are cool! I think you could have put more focus on the dolphin in the front to create more depth. In generall you could have tried to seperate them more from each other with values, edges and stuff. But all in all its beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthias Kinnigkeit View Post
    Hey RangerX! The colors are cool! I think you could have put more focus on the dolphin in the front to create more depth. In generall you could have tried to seperate them more from each other with values, edges and stuff. But all in all its beautiful.
    Yes I could see the issues thanks and the journey continues

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    For this is a full frame then IMO it fell cramped a bit, usually when framing a moving object there would be a space to suggest movement (in this case, miss a bit of that on the right) for that will help the momentum of objects and imagination of next sequences of action.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fxEVo View Post
    For this is a full frame then IMO it fell cramped a bit, usually when framing a moving object there would be a space to suggest movement (in this case, miss a bit of that on the right) for that will help the momentum of objects and imagination of next sequences of action.


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    Thanks again this painting is a commission the size is 22 x24inches most of my works are more on the panoramic side
    And I agree it would change the mood but as commissions go its what the client wanted. Thanks for your input

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    I believe client would be happy anyway, this is a well done job.

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