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    Riders : The Final piece

    A bit hard to tell whats going on, and couldn't do shadows for the riders as they were such complicated shapes. Still pleased with it though. It works.



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    wow. this has changed quite a bit since the last time i saw it. I like how the horses and their riders turned out, although as you said it is a little hard to tell whats happening, but i think its because there isnt a whole lot of contrast between the figures and their surroundings/background . gj !

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    Haha, thats awesome! Wild stuff.

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    try moving the dead dudes to the right... im sure ull find it better. theyre a bit too small for the distance there. ( perspective tip )

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    I like this story you have going on here. Yeah, it's hard to figure out what's going on here. I would bump up the highlights and shadows in the forground objects. As for the shadows for the horses and the gunmen, I would atleast make some sort of shadow even if it's not exactly accurate. It'll really help the viewer understand what's going on faster.

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    Hi Capone,
    woaw, that's a weird piece, cool though
    but please, do me a favor and change the flashy red borders into something less... well, you know, less ! It's the only thing I could see in the beginning.

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