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    Anthis - Color & Light 1.1

    Hi fellow students.

    Great exercise. Along the way I realized how useful it is to set up a light source so that you get some clear core shadows. They do a great job at showing where the form turns. I think I got fill light in many places where the core shadows are.

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    This is looking really great! The two things that stand out to me is that both the shirt and the ear could use just a little bit more care, and attention. They don't have to be rendered tightly or overly rendered, but a little bit more clarity and sharpness on the ear and a few marks to suggest what the shirt is doing would bring up the quality of finish.

    Thanks for the process pic too. You are on the right track. I look forward to seeing more from you.


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