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  6. This is the dragon design I used for the T-Shirt competition here. I have made a few adjustment changes and I would like your opinion. Version used for the competition: Version with the adjustment changes:
  7. Something doesn't seem to balance with the lighting. Sorry, I'm not sure. Its the front arm, seems to have white light on it! or that might just be me! Interesting effects and colouring
  8. Its a good piece, the colours on the render are good. Sorry, it feels a little flat. Not like your usual stuff. Keep going though
  9. I love the render, Mikey with attitude I really like the colours and the effects are good. Keep going with the cool inspirational pieces
  10. its great to see a piece from you. I would had added a light source, as there appears to be a light and the face and hair and the left side of the hood. Nothing bright, as it would mess with the atmosphere. Keep going
  11. @MaloneI really like the work you have done in the background and the changing of the colouring is great I may have used some of the chain, coming from the Prince and heading back in to the back ground. Maybe making it smaller and blurred slightly. The eye will follow it and it should help add depth. I'm not saying you having no depth. Any way, I really like what you have done, its a great piece.
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  13. I hope you didn't get to hurt, running in to these walls? As for the piece, I love the texture that you use and the colouring that you create Thank you for sharing your work with us
  14. I really like the render that you have used. Everything looks really well done. Keep inspiring folk
  15. I liked the 1st version, but the remix version is pretty cool.