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    Hey guys I'm looking to improve my digital painting skills and would like your help. I've bee drawing for a long time but new to painting.

    This is my latest attempt for a concept a friend and I are developing. It's set in the future in kind of a water world in the pacific.

    Anyway would appreciate any tips and critiques that I can use when I approach my next painting.

    This was all done in photoshop.

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    Woah that chest, I would show you some pictures of emaciated/dead people but I don't think the community would appreciate that.

    Here is a skeleton picture though:
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    there is a thingy in the middle there that would show, also the collar bones from that angle. Actually, a good many things would show. Since he's all skinny and what not you want to make sure that whats underneath is right.
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    Hey thanks J.R you're right about the chest. I used some reference of an old man but kind of kept adding to it later without looking at the ref I think I messed it up with those black lines.

    Thanks for the feedback will def make sure I work out the anatomy properly next time.
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    Went in and touched up his neck and added more to his singlet. Any thoughts on how I can make my rendering better would be welcome
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    Something weird going on with attachments... New forum looks nice though.
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