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    My first post. Please critic my work

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    Too much airbrush, too little planning.

    Calculate the lighting and make it consistent with the light sources. There must be no light that is not coming from a clear source.

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    You can probably use some more anatomical reference of animals when designing creatures, it'd definitely make it more realistic/believable. Also, spending more time on the actual design would pay off later, vs trying to render the concept. Seeing that you spent 2hrs on it, how much time did you spend designing vs how much time you spent rendering?

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    Thanks for the critic. This is just a quick concept painting; I really need to spend more time on design and studies.

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