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    Salsa dancing

    Took a sketch and drew over it through illustrator.
    The left side is open because a teacher of mine wants to use it on their website and put some sort of heading up the side.

    Thanks for the input

    Ken

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    the hands need some work.

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    I think the hands look great. However the background color blends in too much with elements like her pants and her hair.

    Over all - excellent work

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dawood Marion
    I think the hands look great.
    She has two right hands!


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    ^i laughed out loud at that.

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    Hey guys, sorry about my late reply but I went out of town for new years.

    Thanks very much for the critiques... i can't believe i missed that hand.
    I'll correct it as soon as I can get back on a computer with illustrator, thanks

    Ken

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    While you work on the hands, maybe shrink them a bit. They look too big right now. Also the girl's head is "short" compare to the guy's.

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    I think her shirt is a bit too flat- but the over image looks good-I like the graphic simplicity. you got good movement with it. Good job.

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    Hmm other than the hands, the female's body kind of bugs me. Its hard to see how she's bending and her waist movement. I think it would help if you did a bit more shade/fold on the woman's clothing, like what you did with the men's. If you want to keep the simplicity though, you'll have to make sure her silhouette itself is enough to deliver the message. But overall I really like it

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  11. It's too static for me, add some motion, agressive motion

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