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May 7th, 2007 #1
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May 30th, 2007 #3
both images need more integration of atmospheric perspective. Aka, add more contrast and more saturated colors to things in the foreground. Use less color in the background, the mountains are nicely done but far too colorful.
also, compositions in both are quite confusing. The overlapping of darks and lights could be used to pop characters forward and push things back that you would like. The gun of the character in the first one is really blending in with that middleground structure.
im being hard on you but just trying to help. the anatomy is alright but the proportions of the characters are bothering me. the top character's belly button is farrrrr to low, shoulders too narrow, and body is quite elongated along with the female.
The bottom picture has nice anatomy in the back but the legs are too short. hope i could help and good luck!
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July 17th, 2007 #6ART BLOG
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