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    2more 10 mins in photoshop with a mouse
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    For beginner work, it's very good
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    your on the right track, love the red ink
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    Thx for the replies people
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    i DIG that .gif. wicked. my suggestion is to just keep your highlights, midtones and shadows more seperate..or create more of a contrast between them.

    hope to see more soon
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    ped454: thanks for the suggestion, will concider it next time i work on something
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    Interesting stuff here! I would suggest more having more contrast in some of these, but other than that they are really very expressive!
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    i can SEE that you work a lot on the expression with the eyesight, i always thought that's were conveys an expression, but also i lack on basic knowledge, so surely i'm wrong, i hope to see a full body sketch too, cheers
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    Keep it up, I'd stay away from computer and use pencil if I had to paint with a mouse
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    Very expressive stuff here. Keep at it! I believe other folks have mentioned it already, but work on getting a broader range of values into your work and try and really clarify where your highlights, bounce lights, midtones and shadows are. If you don't have a tablet this will be really hard to do with a mouse, so I agree with h2rra stick to traditional media.

    Great work!!
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