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I think it looks good. The only place I see any red is above his right eye. I wouldn't have noticed it if you hadn't mentioned it and caused me to look for it.

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He looks fine, that little red I see can easily be a fresh chafing wound.

 

The skintone overall is fine.

 

His jacket is great!

 

*** I thought I heard something, no all is clear, must have been my imagination...Wait..what was that..?***

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Looks great. Love how realistic the jeans and tennis shoes look. I think his skin looks great. Also love the shading on his jacket.

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