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Thread: First in a series

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    First in a series

    Hello everyone,

    I have just completed the first in a series. I am not sure what I am going to call the series but here is the first one.

    I hope you like it.

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    Very dark and brooding.

    Have a look and see if his right (and our left) eye is a different size to the other?? They need to be identical to be convincing.

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    I see what you are seeing. I didn't see that before. lol Thanks!

    I think the way the shadows are projected are making it look smaller.

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    ok does this look better?

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    Still a bit big. Maybe 'select' around the eye and surrounds and transform it all a bit smaller?? The irises need to be identical sizes.

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    I posted before I was finished. lol

    Here is the completed version.

    The left eye needed to be bigger and the right eye had too much shadow as did the right cheek.

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    Much better! well done!

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    Cool Thanks!

    I need a better monitor that lets me see things clearer. I have a flat 21" lcd one but I will have to work on the perfect angle for this series of drawings.

    Thanks for your input, it was a great help!

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