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    Mans Ruin

    My latest piece.. Very happy with it, though open for critique and suggestions for later work..

    Mans Ruin
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    Hmmm.... misogynist much? Kidding. It's nice and tattooey. Skin tones look a little muddy. It's really busy too, maybe making the flames darker or redder would up the contrast and make it a little clearer.
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    It will be cooler if face is better
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    Very cool, Looks like something on a t-shirt I would buy
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    Thinking you need an apostraphe. Apart from that your lines feel a bit thick, especially through the face.
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    Aberrant: misogynist? What does that mean? Maybe your right about the fire and the skintones.. The skintones would probably be better with better pencils, the ones I have dont mix to well.. Think I'm gonna get prisma color instead, heard they are good..

    Danilo: Ok.. Better how? Not very constuctive..

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    pvrhye: yeah right! Thank you, forgot about it, in the sketch I had an apostraphe but must have forgoten it.. The lines are supposed to be thick since this is a newschool tattoo design and thick lines are part of the style but maybe I should have used a bit thinner lines on the face like you say..
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    Explaining jokes sucks

    Misogynist = hates women. "man's ruin" is primarily women it seems.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aberrant
    "man's ruin" is primarily women it seems.
    Women with enormous dice.

    Damn their enormous dice...
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    the holes on the dice and perspective is messed up
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