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    Darth ConCrete

    A cgsociety DSG that turned into a real solid painting. I am sick of looking at it for now so please wreck me!

    5 hours, wacom and CS1, reference photos taken by me of facial expression and body, w/ under drawing.

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    The jaw isn't working all that well, the forearms appear too long and the hands too lare, the foreground is competing with the screaming background, I see you're going for a textures approach but the different elements are screwing with my eyes and it's harder to make out forms. I think the lighting was handled well.

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    Thanks Rhineville

    Your crit was awesome...

    I fubared the unflattened psd so a quick overpainting is not possible right now, when I get a chance I will post a rework for some more crits.

    Thanks a ton!

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