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Very nice! I love the way the highlighting on the robes really help them 'flow'.

 

However, one tiny nit pick. (And I only give it because I know you enter into high stakes competitions and I think you would rather hear it here than there.)

 

The color balance between the guy/armor and his wings looks a little off. In the armor there are a lot of golden yellow and deep rich reds, while the wings are a monotone of greys.

 

The greys do appear a little color shifted towards the red in the armor, but I think it would pull the whole piece together more if the lighter areas of the wings were glazed with some of the golden yellows to pull them more yellow, and then the deep shadows glazed with the deep red in the armor to pull them more red. I think that would go a long way to unify the whole model.

 

But then again, what do I know?! :lol:

 

As always Odingrandson, it is a fabulous piece, and I always look forward to seeing your work.

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