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    Character Silhouettes - Requesting Critique

    I'm working on a conceptual project for my portfolio and I would greatly appreciate any critique on my first round of character silhouettes. Looking for anything from simple favorites to suggestions for changes to design or technique.

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    I think you have some really dynamic designs here. It might be easier to critique if the silhouettes were variations of one character. Also, the blotchy gray background isn't doing you any favors. A bit more attention to correct proportions might be needed. I'm seeing a lot of short legs, for instance. I'd love to see some of these developed further.

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    Almost all of the characters look like they're falling over, watch out for that.

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    Thanks for the advice, I will be taking these into more variations, I just wanted to get a good variety of characters to start with.

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