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    heads (Big DL)

    Some heads.

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    c & c welcome.
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    Rockin

    Hey... nice work. I thinkt he second one is the greatest of them all. You have much clarity with that figure. On some of the other ones you go way to overload with the highlights. On the second one you have more control over it. As my teachers always so, "Don't go overboard with the white." Really it's just good to use your lightest lights as tips/glistens of light on the figure. I think the second peice really does that nicely. I'd keep that in mind for the rest.

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    last one rulez...good job on them...
    you can try to be more smooter...
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    Barnabasgrey: Thanks for the tip. I definitely tried something different on the 2nd and the 3rd image, and I'm okay w/ how they turned out. I do agree w/ what your teacher said, and next time I'll try something different again with the light and shadow.

    Davi: : )

    Atmospheria: Yes, the last one is my favorite too, cuz it looks alot like gollum from lotr. About going smooth, I'm not sure on how to do that in painter 7, should I add water to it?
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    Nice stuff, man -- I don't have anything helpful to add, except to say that I like them a lot. I especially like the second one - the eyelid looks great.
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    very daring light sources.
    so moody.

    awesome!
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