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    This is the first illustration where I finnaly started thinking about color.
    I looked at some manga colors, it helped a bit.

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    Hi, nice colouring for your first attempt.

    He is burning the old image of his lover?

    I feel just like that dude at the bottom lol, it sucks to be him lol. Good job.

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    Very cool. I like how you colored this, moreso in the bottom half. Reminds me a lot of cell-painting from some anime or something. My only critique is that I can't tell deffinitively what he is doing/what is in his hand. Good work.

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    this is a pretty nice design. style and idea are on par, but the execution needs some work. it's way, way, way too white. the fade out at the top is extremely distracting and the cloudy formation that splits the two images should be worked over with a few tones of grey, atleast. right now the piece feels like two seperate illustrations randomly slapped together with a puff of smoke between them.

    my advice would be to take the image into photoshop and flatten it. then extend both images in every direction until the entire canvas is covered and they fade into each other in the middle. then extend the cloudy divider to seperate them, but fade into both in some manner. make everything coalesce, rather than sit uncomfrotably beside one another.

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