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    Rough sketch for a painting...

    Well... as the topic said. It is a sketch for a painting. Just feel in the mood of sharing for some reason...

    Any comments of feedbacks are welcome as usual.

    Rough sketch for a painting...

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    thats cool man.. post more

    Mainloop- man i must be dyslexic.. cuz i thought you asked how many people are on lsd

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    i think you can strengthen the composition more by not making the v-shape created by the tree branch not so close to the v shape caused by the rocks in the foreground.. i think those rocks are too neat anyway.. no rock formation would cause a perfectly neat shape like that... try some overlapping of different rocky shapes, vary up the values a little bit as well.. figure's nice

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