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A couple I've done for trades over the last couple of days. Another small one to do then i've got another big one to attempt!

Wow I need to work alot harder those are great.

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@captaincabinet I've been away from this forum a while, and you've improved in leaps and bounds! This newest one in particular is gorgeous.

@youthcrewalex love it, especially the shading on the horse.

It's been a while since I uploaded anything, we'll see if this works... a bit of a rush piece for one of my uni subjects this semester.

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@Dumpleton that looks pretty awesome! Took me sometime to come up with any criticism but since you asked for it i went into grumpy old person who sees wrong in everything mode and found something :D The left leg of the panter seems to be going through the body of the snake instead of the snake wrapping around it. That's all I could find.

Damn this thread makes me wish i had artistic abilities, you're all awesome!

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@CultExciter thank you! I'm not the happiest with the rose though, I kinda fucked it up after I stained the paper. Picture is from before the stain. Some of the red bled a little and I think I could have put another petal at the bottom of the flower to balance the shape a bit, but I'm fairly pleased. Cheers on the feedback :)

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@cltattooing I've noticed that after I clear coat things a lot of the stains and areas that bleed a little are not as noticeable. And they most surely are not noticeable by most people other than ourselves. My mentor constantly tells me that with doing paintings, just keeping at it. Apparently progress isn't an overnight thing.

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@cltattooing I've noticed that after I clear coat things a lot of the stains and areas that bleed a little are not as noticeable. And they most surely are not noticeable by most people other than ourselves. My mentor constantly tells me that with doing paintings, just keeping at it. Apparently progress isn't an overnight thing.

Ooohh I never clear coat anything. What do you use if I may ask?

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