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    Midnight Jumper

    This is my fourth piece of digital art using a Wacom tablet. About 2 hours of work. No special brushes or anything. I sketched this out with a charcoal pencil setting and then used all kinds of other stuff including pastel, oil, acrylic, you name it!

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    Nice color palette and beautiful musculature! I'm not entirely sure about the connection between her far leg and hip, or the far shoulder, but damn! You did an incredible job with convincing non-human anatomy.

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    Nice handling of the legs and the placement of the character within its dimensions. Sort of an art deco feel using the boundaries to create interesting negative space. The colors overall seem to be missing something, though I can't be sure what. It might have something to do with the moonlit glow. Maybe someone else can pinpoint it.
    Still, love the overall design and feel of the piece. Also enjoyed your website.

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    Thanks guys. Yeah, now that I've stepped away for a bit and looked at it, I think maybe what the figure needs is some more variation of color in the skin. It looks much different on my monitor at home, so I think I'll rework it a bit tomorrow.

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    It is very cool, with the blue highligthing and the strong contrast on the feet. Cool character! I just wish we could see the rest of the hair, instead of it being chopped off at the top. :/

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    I like the detail on the feet, wish there was as much detail on the rest of the pic

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    I really love the technique you did for the background

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