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    Unhappy NiŽnor and Glaurung

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    Any particular aspect of this piece you want feedback about?

    The first thing I've noticed is that light hitting the woman's hair doesn't seem to affect anything else around her. It seems a bit off.

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    The dragon needs more work. It's not well formed or defined.
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    Just my opinion mate.

    The dragon is clearly a "Hot" beast and has fire in its mouth etc. that light is not affecting the environment around it, it must be giving off some light!

    The light source is kind of difficult to figure out too from the rough, but old toasty breath should be giving off some light even if its just from his mouth!!
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    Something to consider for next time is you can make the connection stronger between elements in your image by overlapping shapes. By making her larger it pulls the viewer more into the image. Also, I don't think it's necessary to light the dragons rear... I see what you were trying to do but in this case it pulls attention from the head. Hope this helps a little. Cheers.

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