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    Ohhhh shhii... Yeah it's finished. I Like the colors.

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    as you said, colors are strong but i think that it needs some depth, it seems a bit to plain right now, but with some smal corrections i think you can give it some more depth.
    i want that fish to stand out more than it does, maybe there's to much going on around it?

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    Mm, yeah! Colors and textures - both for subjects and for brushstroke are really nice!

    Hey hey, progress shots!

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    I agree with Failoniir.

    I like the colors, too, though. And the textures. Nicely done!

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    Very nice. Too much dodge though up in that left corner shining down. I know it is supposed to be sunlight shining down through the water, however, I think that it is too high of a dodgetool usage. Maybe put a blue layer over it and then go from there to see what else can be done to understate the light a bit. Not alot, just a little, I think it would make that beautiful fish "pop" more.

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