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    Grind

    I am an expressionist artist. How is this as a fine art piece? Do u like this? Be brutal if need to.
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    Previously seen here.
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    No. It’s completely reworked. I need a updated critique.

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    Why did you made new thread for it? As its easier us to see what changes you made for this?

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    The original doesn’t exist anymore. Can y’all stop badgering me and give me a response...or don’t respond

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    Compared to the old one.. better... I guess. At least the hand has the same overly pepto-pink hue as the face, though that same pink is up in the hair so.. weird?


    I am not certain what the tan blob down in the bottom left is.


    The background would have been better sans the sun.


    The index finger looks super huge compared to the others.


    Unclear i the fleshy chin is an improvement or not over the original.


    The black jacket/shirt/blanket/whatever is an awfully confusing looking chunk. No definition or clear indication what's up with it.


    I am not sure if that orange triangle by the ear is an earring or missed part of the painting.


    I'll leave out the usual commentary on light direction.


    Over all okish.. better on the blending and variation of brush sizes.
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