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    A recent picture. I have included a close-up to show some of the detail of the digital paint.







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    Uh...WOW!This is AMAZNIG! I would like to see details of the smoke and lava. Great work!

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    wow amazing paintjob

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    yeah this is an excellent job... I would have liked to see some hard edges though... break up all that beautiful softness a bit and makes things pop a bit more... great work nontheless...

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

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    its beautiful. but i think there is way to much detail in the background plumes of smoke. especialy the one on the far right. i want to take a big brush and just diffuse all that intricate form and texture. great work

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    wow...nice

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    ... *Drooling all over*

    The very absolute coolness.

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    The smoke and the lava are sharper than anything else in the image, which is odd considering they're in the background. The rendering on the hair and the gold costume bits seem to indicate there was reference for the rest and not sot these. Maybe all it needs is some better highlight placement - on the gold parts it seems to follow the form individually instead of responding to specific lightsources, which makes it less believable. The robe needs more definition and detail, right now it's the blurriest part of the painting. Should be as sharp as the face and hands (which are just gorgeous!)

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    awsome work ,i really dig it...

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    Very nice! The soft and subtle treatment of the facial features is very fitting and certainly impressive. Really, the rendering all around it superb. However I agree with the comments regarding the focus. The edges of your character seem too soft, especially given how sharp the background is. It throws the focus of to have such a strange and immediate shift. Great work though. Thanks for sharing it.

    -Noel

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    I agree that the piece looks a bit blurry. I would like to see some hard edges too. I also think that the back of her jaw under her right ear looks off. (broken)

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    The woman (besides her face) is way too blurry. Messed with the perspective.

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