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    two dragon art pieces 4 critique

    Hello everyone, I'm new here and would like some advice for improving my work. I don't have much experience in photoshop (1 yr.) but I'm still trying to improve in that field. I've decided to flatten two of my art pieces into one for less thread posting. Not really sure if I posted it in the right place. Thanks!

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    those are really cool. overall i think they are awsome however after looking at them for a while i feel there is some competition between the ultra fine detailed look and the more blurry blending going on to render them out. try sticking with a particular style. personally i like the digital vector/hard edge shading u have going on with the scales on the 2nd dragons back. but im sure it would look awsome either way.

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    Yeah, I wanted to put two different styles into the pieces so it would look different than what you would normally see in a typical art piece where there is just one style. Thank you so much for the input.

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    Oooh, nice dragons! Very twisty and serpentine... Right now, the thing that's bugging me is the claws. They seem to be acting more like jointed digits than hardened nail. It's most evident on the first dragon. Maybe make the digits a bit longer and the claws a bit shorter (or at least less jointed.)

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