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Excellent job! Especially for the first time!

 

Great figure selection to try it out on, very brave. I know when I give my first go at OSL here in the next few eeks it'll be on a a couple figures I'm not too attached to.

 

Again, well done!

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It's a great first attempt!!!! One thing to keep in mind though when working with a light source, it should be the brightest part when you put it in grayscale. You can see that the face is just about as bright as the fire. Punching up the yellows in the fire and the whites in the hottest center will raise it up.

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1 hour ago, Mr Melons said:

It's a great first attempt!!!! One thing to keep in mind though when working with a light source, it should be the brightest part when you put it in grayscale. You can see that the face is just about as bright as the fire. Punching up the yellows in the fire and the whites in the hottest center will raise it up.

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Thanks! Greyscale is a great tip!

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