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Great job on all of these!

 

I think you are ready for the next step on eyes. They all look "surprised" or "wide-eyed" and the way to tone that down is to just give them all a little tiny bit of an upper eye lid. Take your darkest skin tone and go very slightly over the very top of the eye. Just look in the mirror and see that your top lid covers about 1/3 of your eye when you aren't opening them up all the way to see what I mean.

 

I always recommend checking out DKS' eyes method to get a good visual on how to do them.

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Great job on all of these!

 

I think you are ready for the next step on eyes. They all look "surprised" or "wide-eyed" and the way to tone that down is to just give them all a little tiny bit of an upper eye lid. Take your darkest skin tone and go very slightly over the very top of the eye. Just look in the mirror and see that your top lid covers about 1/3 of your eye when you aren't opening them up all the way to see what I mean.

 

I always recommend checking out DKS' eyes method to get a good visual on how to do them.

I see what you are saying and you have a point - the eyes remind me of the eyes on the muppets a little bit.  But the irises are well-defined and not at all ragged at the edges, etc., so at worst they are quite well-painted muppet eyes.  And you know what?  That look is really working for me.  The minis look more interesting because of it.  I know that doesn't make sense "on paper", but it's true. 

 

Although on the girl with the guns, those muppet eyes are combining with her slightly bushy looking eyebrows and...  I'm getting a slight Oscar the Grouch vibe from her, is all I'm saying.  To be clear, that's my only nitpick.  Liking these minis a lot otherwise.  Which is not to say I dislike gun-girl; Oscar is actually my favourite grouch...  :)

 

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The Somewhat-Worse-For-Wear Werewolf is a WONDERFULLY disturbing piece...once more GREAT brushwork & basing. The background for the photo is a nice touch. VERY WELL DONE!

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