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    Gholguin Color & Light 1.1

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    first time posting in these kinds of threads


    couldnt use a lamp or anything just used natural day light


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    smaller image. sorry it was so big

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    Nice start. I would like to see you spend a little more time on this so that you are more faithfully observing the edges and values that you see. It feels like you are capturing the feeling of the light, which is a good thing, and i am curious to see where you take it from here. thanks for posting.


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    Lovely job, man. Love it. Jason's right, though- You could spend a little time sharpening the edges. Other than that, the highlight on the headphone over your left ear seems to be coming from a different light source. Pull it back a bit or you could even lose it. Bold choices.

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    You could spend more time working on the smoothness of your strokes while still using a brush that gives you the hard edges your looking for.

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    The light seems to be well captured, maybe a bit more work towards the transition of the shadows would easily do the trick to make it look more complete!

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    This is a fantastic start!
    You've captured the basic shapes of the light and shadow masses, now all you have to do is go in and find their accurate edges or transitions. I really hope you come back to this and finish off the portrait. You'll learn the most from spending the time to push it to a finish and finding all those cool subtleties beyond the basic shapes.
    Awesome awesome start man!

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