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Re did the whole thing aimed a little bit more towards stylistic realism. Here's the previous spiel for those who didn't see the first one ...
This is a illustration for my girl friend for a little joke we have. Its called michi plosions and its suppose to be her in chibi form exploding and destroying everything. I want it to turn out nice so any feed back would be appreciated.
Use harder brushes until you've figured those out. Aside from that, I'd say try doing this with just basic brushes without going into stuff like smudge or anything of the sort. A basic round brush with a lowered (manually or pressure-sensitive) opacity might prove to be a lot better at this than a fuzzy brush.
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Rule #1 of depicting soldiers: KEEP THE DAMN FINGER OFF THE DAMN TRIGGER.
Hows this, I started using round brush to clean it up. What you think.