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    The Pepper Tundra

    The Pepper Tundra
    It's about 1 hard month to complete this stuff.
    please gimme a comment.
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    Well, then I must say tht it was one hard month well spent. I'm not going to criticize you here, I am stunned at this pieces awesome beauty (added it to my favorite pics without question), but I had a few comments.
    It seems as though the piece is caught in limbo somewhere in between anime and realism. Look at her coat and contrast that to her face and legs. The same can be said with her weapon.
    Maybe a slight touch up on the hair would give the picture that final push into Jaw-dropping. I mean, it's there, but it could be THERE, if that makes sense.
    Keep it up. Your work is stunning and I have no doubt at this rate you will be a master of the professional craft.

    Scrolling back down and looking at it some more, scratch the first comment for me. I am going to say that I LOVE the way the realism and anime mesh to create a unique look that really captures the essence of detail. Wowzers!
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    Stunning piece! Wonderful composition....my eyes keep scanning the pic for more previously unseen details. However, like klinesmoker said, her hair seems a bit off to me. Was this painter or photoshop? Could you possibly posts some WIP's ??? Man do i like a foxy girl with a big sword!
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    Asian-style abstract surrealism!!
    I dig it, awesome work man.
    Only complaint - perhaps more colors to variate the pallete a little bit.
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    One month a great awefull result! My congratulation ts´s more than hot!
    Klick on ME!!! iam a link to my pics!

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    yeah, this month was well spent. great pic. love the surreal elements.
    but pleeasee: get a faster webspace! this one loaded for ages
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    looks great! but you will miss many comments by ppl cuz it takes forever to see the picture,as Lim said get a new webspace.
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    flesh leg

    the flesh leg from the hip to the knee cap
    looks a tad long compared to the knee to the ankle.

    amazing work
    with me i get 3 days no sleep to do it in
    and maybe 2500 cash.

    super job.
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    AH! I forgot to told that I use only mouse and two brushes in photoshop7 to complete this stuff.
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    feet

    AH that could explain why one foot bigger then the other.

    man what ever sticks
    super super job
    u should be proud.
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    awesome !! incredible !! i must make up a word to describe its beauty. Scrumtralescent. Thats right its scrumtralescent. Could you please tell me what brushed you used, also did you draw this out first?
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    nice pic. Her (her) right leg is about a 1/5 parts too long though. Seems to have gotten exagerated by the walking movement you wanted to achieve.

    You might also want to seperate parts of the backrgound a little bit more so the figure/her weapons thing, doesn't blend in so much with the background.

    It's late, so my eyes are a little tired ( so it might just be me, right now), but because it all blends, and you're using a lot of hard angles, it is a little harsh on the eyes.
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    Very very thanhs to ya all comment that make me improove my works.

    Ah! to Mr.sunny
    The first brush I use is round brush that have a blend edge that make a zoom size sharp and max size blend that's a very very one most flexible of mine to make it all.
    The other is flat brush in heavy brush preset that U can load from the program,I fix the flow about 4-9 to make a great colorpencil scratching to finish the texture.
    About drawing I paint a cover layer above them to finish.
    that's all
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