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EXCELLENT Work !!

Terrific dry brushing! 

The time spent on adding little details and nuances really paid off !!!

Keep it up !

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I really like the work done on this figure!

 

I do have a concern, based on a previous experience, though:  The green highlights on the skin are intentional, right?  If not, it would be an awful way to discover you have red/green color blindness.

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Actually, I am colorblind. The green highlights are intended to indicate a forest canopy, but perhaps I over did it. I can’t tell how green it is, just how yellow it is. 

 

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2 hours ago, Nightwing said:

Actually, I am colorblind. The green highlights are intended to indicate a forest canopy, but perhaps I over did it. I can’t tell how green it is, just how yellow it is. 

 

 

No, no.  You caught the theme just fine, and the green isn’t over saturated, at least not to my eyes.

 

I’m just a bit sensitive to the subject, as I’ve had a friend before that had red-green colorblindness.

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