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    Behemoth & Fugitive

    Well...I think this is my first post here in finished works, so I'm a bit nervous.
    Heres a couple of pieces for illustration class that I'm totally burnt out on...crits appreciated!

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    Behemoth & Fugitive


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    Behemoth & Fugitive

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    Hey - nice chops. The Behemoth is very tightly rendered at the top but looks much rougher as you move down his body. Likewise, the background needs a bit or work to bring it up to speed with the behemoth head.

    Fugitive dude looks cool but the shadows on the wall behind him are a little odd. I wouldn't expect to see light on the wall between his left arm and his body for example. And a bit more time on those skyscrapers at the back will really make this piece pop.

    Great work - keep it up.

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