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    Smile Please give me some critiuqe

    I try to make the light source come from the hand and behind the model. But I think my work just dull.

    I'll appreciate for any critique.

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    I do not think it is dull, but you could be more adventurous picking your colours. I suggest you start painting, set up a simple object with a single lightsource in a shadow box, and take as long as you need to get it right. You will see how reality is so much more colourful than you think!

    In the paintings shown above, go and find muddy colours and replace them by more colourful ones. For instance, in the second painting, the chin and jaw of the model looks greyish, and her hair looks greenish. I would try to get in some beautiful browns and oranges...

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    In the first one, if you want the flame to really look like it's producing a lot of light, make the other colors darker.

    In both, I think your poses are kinda stiff~

    I really like your art style, though! I hope to see you improve ^o^

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