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you have a line going across your picture behind the hat the bottom half is blue and the top is black....
Great entry otherwise
Poof! Line gone.
much better!!... is looking good!! high score from me!
Congrats Bob, a very dapper doggie done well!!
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Bottom edge of foreground gun grip is too sharp & choppy. The elbow of the left arm looks unnatural (right angle, fur is flat) and there's too much clone stutter on the shirt & the shadows on the shirt are inconsistent. The left part of the chain should be going under the shirt. The teeth look fake...the gem has no reflectivity...it looks like what it is...a 3D render..
I've got to agree with CMYK46 about the jem and the elbow... If you take the time to stop taking comments so personally and focus on what needs improving then you might actually find that his comments are valid! CMYK46 was just as quick to point things out in the past as he is now! I've had his critique and so have others, and to be honest we are better for it!
Whatever running argument you have needs to stop IMHO!
he's wearing a wife-beater LOLOL giggle snort (I know that's not PC but it's true LOL)
That is so Funny LOL (super weird chop though LOL) good luck author
What a badass
Don't wanna mess with WEST SIDE dawg...
I think some condensation where the nose is would be a nice touch!
EDIT: Also the reflection in the eye could use some attention
Good idea, but you would have had to warp the helmet to accommodate the long snout.
fixed the helmet thanks for your comments
Looks better. GL author.
Houston is spelled wrong
very bad photoshoping....
says someone with NO Photoshop entries.... comment null and void!
You can call it bad, but why not provide some feedback to a beginning photoshopper? That comment adds no value for the author!
I would crispen (if that's even a word!) up the edges of the hole (front and sides) and loose the 'ground' at the front just leaving that as head!
I would also suggest moving his 'eyes' so they are looking up at the source...
thanx alot for your comment fixed alittle don't you think
It's getting there...
re the eye.... it's kind of lost the dark rim around the iris... but you did a good job moving it!?.
you may want to lighten the mid tones and shadows on the body of the dog (or use curves with a large featheresd lasso selection) The hole should be fine!...
Light on dog is from upper left. Shadow should rotate about 90 degrees clockwise. Lighting on man's head is much less harsh than in the source image. Could be adjusted accordingly.
The edges are too crisp for such a hairy animal, (some areas you've attempted to break up the edges but the rest you've left out entirely) and the features of the face and the form of the hands and feet could do with more overall definintion... I'll hold off voting, but it's a decent attempt so far...
was going for the stuffed toy look, but thanks, made the edges fluffy and blurred the sharp edges with some shading added
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