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    Igor Kozhanov Composition 1.1

    Hi!
    I'm apologise for my English.

    In the first picture (Artist Nesterov Mikhail) I liked a rhythm and balance.
    In the second picture (Artist Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio) I liked the focus the human face and economy painting.
    Time spent an hour on each.
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    In this picture (artist Pryanishnikov) the rhythm, balance, as emphasis on the character,
    a movement continuity are well allocated.

    2h.30min.
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    artist Repin Ilya

    focus on the girl face, rhythms white and economy painting.
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    artist Vermeer van Delft

    focus point is a pitcher of milk, also used economy painting.
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    artist Diego Velazquez


    The main focus is on clothing in the hands
    rhythms
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    №7. №8. artist Frank Frazetta
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    artist Repin Ilya
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    10,11 artist NC Wyeth
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    12, 13 artist Albert Bierstadt
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    15. artist Anthony Van Dyck
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    17. artist Adolphe Williams Bouguereau
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    18,19,20 artist Repin Ilya
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    These are coming along really well. You are very talented. moving forward, please pay very very close attention to your use of values. You are getting your levels off just a little bit, and are sometimes missing your lightest lights. I would suggest going back through your images and spending 5 minutes each on adjusting the levels and value range. It is so close. I just want to push you to be perfect on value control as it will pay off on all your other paintings you do from here on out.

    Keep up the great work.


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    Jason thank you very much for your help.
    I modified some pictures
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    much better. Try integrating a bit of a textured brush when surface is obvious in the originals and secondly be sure you are getting the most accurate range of sharp to soft edges. You get a little bit overly crisp at times and it is affecting the focal areas a little bit. Watch those edges!

    Great work.

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    Thanks Jason for tips! I tried to improve result
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