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    Spent a lot of time on this, would love some sort of critique.

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    The pose is not interesting at all, and the whole body looks like a shapeless blob.
    The face looks pasted on.
    Grinnikend door het leven...

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    Perhaps add some fabric texture to the cloth areas..


    The pose seems wonky.. the pelvis is one direction to the right.. the feet turned in a few degrees to center, and the center chest more directly on.


    I dig the metal texturing on the arms.. kudos to that.


    The hands get lost on the hilts, and those swords look almost wooden and blocky.


    The leg designs seem.. weird. MAybe they need color to pop.


    Given the hard white side light.. I am not certain how to determine where the head is and how much of the left part of the cowl should be somewhat highlighted.
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    thanks for this, especially good spot about the position of the pelvis. Ill try and rework the things you mentioned.

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