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Here is the famous scene from Hamlet, reenacted by a vulture.

 

Painting it was a bit weird: I started with a completely different color scheme in mind (cool whites, blues, gold), but somehow the mini wouldn't let me and I ended up with this version. I am happy with it, though.

 

I am here to learn, so c&c is very welcome! Especially the second c!

Enjoy!

 

(Sorry for the picture quality, I don't have access to a good camera right now, is's just my phone).

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I am viewing on a phone. In that circumstance there is a lot of photograph but only small amount of miniature in your post. 

 

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Trying two different resizing apps. 

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Anyway, pro tip numero uno: for your pictures: less background / more figure. 

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Thanks for your input, TGP! 

 

Usually I take the "real" pictures with a camera and use the phone only for quick documentation snaps.

So I didn't think about editing with the phone really, never done it before.

 

Just found out it can be done - and it's really easy. Here's a better pic! 

 

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