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    Beautiful work!

    But I have few critics also…
    First the girl face is too way old… Also, the proportions of body are wrong. I guesses that head should be smaller…
    And one more thing, in what direction, actually, wind blow?
    Snow flakes falls in one way like the wind is really strong, but fur of dogs went in other way, and fur around her had went in sort of third way…

    Anyway, this is beautiful…

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    Wow, gorgeous gorgeous piece. I love the edgework in the dogs faces.
    I think the hill line just to her right could be softened up just like the rest of the hills to push the focus back some, but aside from that and a couple of the minor crits already mentioned, you've got one solid portfolio piece in your book!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DSillustration
    i expect great things from this point on.
    Like Dan said ! Superb stuff, mademoiselle ! More !
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    What all said plus alot of love!!
    Beautiful, poise!

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    I love it, i actually have that book but i havent read it yet.
    Any feedback on the book?

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    wow! where did this come from? i think this really is your breakthrough piece. i dont think i can really add anything to the crits that other people have already addressed. do some more and i think youll be ready for wotc!

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    Wonderfull work, I love the expression of the wolf @ the back .

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    what people are able to do with oils is always astounding to me; love the detail you've put in to this, so much in so many places haha. gotta say I'm likin the way that aurora looks alot (always loved the aurora though ) great job, as everyone has said it's beautiful

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    Two cherries on top!
    Tiff - that's stellar. What a good series that was...your interpretation is wonderfully minty and 'ahhh' refreshing.
    Cheers!
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    beautiful work!

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    absolutely beautiful esp since it's in oils. i love the oversized hood...the only crti i really have is the dog in front right. nothing specific, just maybe you could push it a little more.



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    Really gorgeous piece. The auroras really add alot to this =)

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    AleksandarMijajlovic said everything i might say, also, double check the drawing of the dogs, something about the perspective of the head in the front one bothers me, alos those legs look liek you got lazy on them, they're basically two opposing stripes of gray that have no real sense of form to them.. what an improvement from the stuff you were doing in school though! are you already sick to death of your school work?

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    I love your interpretation of the compass.

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    OY!!!! I just wrote everyone a thank you individually.ah!! and I forgot to Copy it, because CA has been wacky lately, and it got erased.
    I'm sorry everyone, thank you for takeing the time to post a reply, and to give me a crit. I really appreciate it, very much!
    A few Questions anwered:
    Denart: I will link you up.. here is the page my sketch is on...http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...t=53574&page=3
    Alday.J: (Ron Ron) mmmmmm, I will give you more!
    Fellah: thanks man for stopping by here. Lots of love back at ya!
    Lazy: yeah the Books are awesome, check them out!
    Daarken: Thank you very much! I do need to do more.
    MainLoop: My old school mate! thank you! yes I am sick of my old paintings for sure, haha! oy!

    Thank you again everyone. I have changed some things. I hope it looks better, and thank you for all the crit. for sure it is really appreciated.

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    whoa.... speaking as someone who's read and deeply enjoyed the books - this is fantastic. =)

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    Marvellous work.

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    Now THIS is the kind of thread necromancy we can all approve of.
    Whatcha' been up to, Tiff?


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