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    hi I need feedback on backgrounds and characters I´m working on, thanks
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    I geuss my first suggestion for you to get more feedback in general would be to post fewer images at once, too many and people may not comment.

    You have some nice linework happening but you need to put in more variation in your line weight, they're mostly all the same. As well, both because of the even line weight and lack of value they are kind of flat, get some shading in there so you objects have more form. Value change gives space and depth.

    On the first one, just a suggestion on the trees. You have them growing out of the ground at angles. While trees often are crooked or angled they usually start off at the base straight.

    Really like the dragon/dog, especially the expression.

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    sabertooth

    the right tooth on the sabertooth cat seems to be a little off in perspective....

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    I am unable to understand the drawing of the room.

    What is the cavity on the left (where the fish/rabbit were hung)? Looks too deep for a fireplace. The board on to top does not look right.

    The bed is very narrow relative to the low table (coffee table??)

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    Seconded on the varying line weights. Make the lines thicker on things that are in the foreground and slimmer for things in the background.

    Is that a wolf? Did you use a reference? I'm going to guess not. Please lemme know what it is and I'll give you a redline. Wolves are my specialty *cracks knuckles*

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    wolf

    it´s a dog , but I picked traits fron different kinds of dogs , so it´s not an specific kind. Thanks for all the input guys.

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