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    Big Cats

    This is my first post here, so I'm not totally sure what to do or anything. Here's a pic I did to practise predatory cats, any tips on how to get more realism?

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    Well you've got a great start. The only suggestion I can come up with is to just work from reference. Attack Google and get as many pictures of tigers, lions, whatever as you can and just study all different poses, angles, emotions, etc.
    It's kind of hard to tell exactly your skill level with this particular piece, since it's pretty messy and therefore kind of hard to point out flaws, and I don't know a lot about cats, but the tiger on the right's paw looks too short and forced.
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