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    Smile Values/fundamentals?

    Hello CA.org,

    I haven't shown my art on the internet for a while now so it'd awesome to get some critiques/help on the following. Up until now I haven't been using color at all because I wanted to get my values more so correct. So a general critique on my values would be cool, or anything else :p I know I probably left a lot of fundamental errors.

    This may be a lot to ask for so I'll do my best to return the favour!
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    Jonathan

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    Looking pretty good to me. In the first one the guy in the back looks kind of out of place. The bridge he is on looks wrong, I'm not sure if it's sloping down or going straight across, it also seems less wider on the right side which seems to warp the perspective. Do you notice that or is it just me?

    The second one I'm not sure if the gorilla was real or a model of one. It lacks a little movement in it, if you get what I mean.

    The third one is my favourite. Sorry I canthelp much more than that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aceoko View Post
    Looking pretty good to me. In the first one the guy in the back looks kind of out of place. The bridge he is on looks wrong, I'm not sure if it's sloping down or going straight across, it also seems less wider on the right side which seems to warp the perspective. Do you notice that or is it just me?

    The second one I'm not sure if the gorilla was real or a model of one. It lacks a little movement in it, if you get what I mean.

    The third one is my favourite. Sorry I canthelp much more than that.
    Thanks for the crit Aceoko,

    Yeah I think the entire left side of my first piece is distorted and out of perspective. For the gorilla I understand what you're saying about it looking like a model but what can you suggest if it was intentional of me to make it stationary?

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