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    Ballerina

    Hi All

    After some time away I am getting back into art, and again trying digital art. This is my third finished piece and it was a steep learning curve, I can't look at it without seeing the mistakes. I found blending particularly hard and gave up on the neckline working. I am here to improve and would love a constructive critique highlighting main areas to work on, and if possible any links to good online tutorials. Thank you
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    Excelente pintura... felicitaciones... !!!
    Regards from Chile
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    . Great Ballerina very. Well Done. CIAO. SLAINTE

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    Beautiful and powdery-explosive. I really feel the dynamics of her pose and balance point. Good one!
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    Wow It's beautiful!

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    I love this painting!
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    For some reason I get a sense of expression that draws your attention to her feet and how they must hurt in this position all the time as a ballerina. If that was your intention of expression in this image you succeeded. Your criticism of mistakes is a bit harsh on yourself, this painting looks good and has an excellent sense of expression.
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    Re: to „...and if possible any links to good online tutorials.“

    I am watching the „Студия Олега Торопыгина“ — sculpture technology, oil painting,
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVa...bPy2jHhrsmdlDA
    Nice dynamics.

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    This looks awesome!!

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    Really lovely painting, it has a certain delicacy about it

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