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    Great stuff!
    You have a great way of showing depth and scale.
    I want to be able to paint like this eventually. The detail and texture you achieve is really cool!
    Although the figure is playing such a small part in the overall composition you almost didn't need to put him in there.
    But that's just me.

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    Yeah, Really cool image!)
    maybe the figure should be in the center of composition to show more contrast between huge colossus and small human. Like confrontation of two worlds=)

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    Really nice, great use of "rule of thirds". I would say a perfect composition.

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