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    A very common event in young Earth, this underwater earthquake, caused by the crash of two tectonic plates, is just one in a serias of events which will shape all of earth, and all life upon it as those who survive by strength or by sheer luck will be the one's to pass their genes...
    Painter 30 min. or so then a 10 min. PS for filters and such (too many?)
    Thank you for the crits yesterday, maybe I'll give some myself soon...
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    Hamsta: Looks good. My only crit, which applies to alot of the stuff you produce, is the lack of solidity. I think you have some serious talent but you fail to show it by the brushes you choose. I would ask you, on your next DSG, to use the sharpest brush you can find and try and do an image with that just to see how you get on.

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    I had to make this one quick...gotta go to work for the night. I want to refine it but that'll have to wait.

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    DSG 557: Scene: Earthquake

    Er yes, a shaman out training in the desert or something.

    Part of a new challenge, no matter what, one dsg a week. Hopefully that should solve problems like this in a little time.

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    Its been a while...

    Just started using the tablet...so im feeling like a total amateur. Id appreciate your critique and directions to some good painter tutorials. thanks

    "The sky was the color of television, tuned to a dead channel" -- William Gibson
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    chaos : the only thing i can say would be that the mountain looks almost symetrical, so its kinda boring , and you left alot of flat spaces that could have been filled in with rock or just interesting lighting.

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    here's my input of yesterdays topic, I was working on it late lastnight and was interrupted by something fairly important so I had to stop pretty early into the sketch ,

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    I was still trying to move things around and place in more elements to make it seem more dramatic and less static , right now it looks more like a crappy aftermath then somthing thats happening

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