Stubbdog Posted February 20, 2012 Share Posted February 20, 2012 Make sure you do a layer of sealer between paint sessions. I can see where your paint on your elbows are starting to rub off. Sealing it between paint sessions can help against that. Just make sure that your paint is dry before you seal. One other suggestion is that you start working the reds in your smoke back up to a brighter intensity. Not a ton but there is such a difference between your facial hair being very bright and intense, and the smoke where it is very dim so to speak. It throws everything off. One or the other needs to come towards the other to make the piece as a whole work better. And since I personally like the intense face, I vote for bringing the intensity of the smoke up a little. Again, not all the way up to the face, but about half way (more and more as you get closer to the face) 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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