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    At First sight

    This is my new image done in photoshop tell me what you think.

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    I think it`s real nice, anatomywise and it tells a charming story :]
    But you`ve kranked up the saturation alot. And that`s coming from a guy
    who`s apparently partially colorblind.

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    this is very nice

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    I Love The Colors Man It Really Stands Out. The Composition And Colors Are Strong I Feel Like Im In Another World! Keep Up That Hotness!

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    The anatomy is great. I'm bothered by the horses. They look good, but I can't tell if they are too short or are standing on a plane that is lower than the plane that the people are sitting on.

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    Great work on the anatomy. The skintones, even highly saturated, are lovely. They have a very "rich" feel to them that really comes across as flesh and muscle.

    I'm not as crazy about some of the lighting work and the harsh/bright colors of the flowers at the top. I might tone that down a bit so that more of the focus is on the couple and the horses and your eye isn't drawn consistantly upwards....but overall I think you've done a beautiful job.

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    ha reminds me of the movie Heavy Metal.

    Den of Earth.

    anybody know what im talking about?

    anywho.. i really like the colors. Absolutely beautiful. and the figures and horses are really well done.
    kudos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vague
    ha reminds me of the movie Heavy Metal.

    Den of Earth.

    anybody know what im talking about?
    kudos.
    That's exactly what I was thinking. That would be Richard Corben that did Den. He used alot of super saturated colors.

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    I love it and I would love to see more man!

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    It looks good in terms of the anatomy and the structure of the horses, but the water and the rocks seem to be a bit odd the depth of the ripples suggests shallow water however the guy's got his leg in up to the knee, in some really dark ripples. As well as what Gilead said the horses also look like they're over painted, like a pattern layed over a photo rather than having the texture and patteren of their skin being one.

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    sweet googly moogly! thats some gorgeous rendering and colourwork right there!

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