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Old 03-09-2011, 01:04 PM
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Old 03-09-2011, 05:55 PM
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Re: made in canada

I can't see the first pictures posted actually (first time this happened here), only the corrected version you posted.

The face is stunning! She does look friendly in your second post and a little mysterious. The eyes are gorgeous! Iwould love to see a close-up of her face. And I like her pose: it goes very well imo with the etheral, mythical feeling you seem to go far here.

I assumed you would still fill the green background and it was an underpainting, but now I'm not sure if that was your intention. If not, I find it a little too flat. It seems to push against the subject and try to overwhelm her: it doesn't do your stunning girl justice imo. Maybe softer colours and those more smudged/blended and abstract, with some gradation to show depth?
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