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I love it.

 

The only thing I'm hesitant on is the white blade handle. At the moment, it's so white that it immediately draws my eye in the side view shot (where its sharply contrasted with the skin tone) and I'm not sure that is the intention.

 

Unfortunately, I don't have anywhere close to enough experience to say how it should be changed.

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I love it.

 

The only thing I'm hesitant on is the white blade handle. At the moment, it's so white that it immediately draws my eye in the side view shot (where its sharply contrasted with the skin tone) and I'm not sure that is the intention.

 

Unfortunately, I don't have anywhere close to enough experience to say how it should be changed.

I gotta tell ya', I didn't even notice the white handle.

 

I was, uh... distracted.

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Superbly well done I second the skin tone but what really stands out is the hair the lantern and the base. Excellent work ;)

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This is incredibly awesome. She is, well she's gorgeous. 

 

Your marble idea made me think about this girl that did a marble kind of look on a mug by dipping it in water with swirled nail polish in it. I wonder if that could work as a quick easy way to get a marble effect.

 

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Really nice job!  I think the skin and objects on the lantern side could be warmed up with a little bit of a yellow ink glaze.  Not so much because of OSL but to reflect the character of the light on that side of her.

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Lovely!  I like that you chose brighter colors- so much of the KD art gets so dark.  Great work with the marble!

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