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    Honestly, I don't really see a change of "style" necessarily, it really just looks like your anatomy's lacking with the long pencil-neck, super wide face, and too low of nose and eyes. I hope this doesn't sound super harsh :/
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    I like the way you've done the eyes actually, but yeah - not a fan of the neck either.

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    Thanks for the critique. Too bad this is a traditional drawing and would be too hard to correct -.-
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    To be fair, since it is stylised, it's not really worth pointing out anatomy defects, but I would urge you to return to that area. I find the facial proportions to be the area that jars my eyes personally. If the subjects head is supposed to be tilted downwards (I assume), then I think it would be worth you going back to the basics and really setting out the head guidelines like you would a regular skull, but then manipulating the proportions for the style. Otherwise, maybe review the proportions of the face again so you can ground your style in the relatability of realism and make it more appealing to the eye?
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    Hi,

    I've been trying to change my rendering style (again), now with a more traditional oil painting look. It is still done digitally with Photoshop.

    Here's my first attempt, it is just a rendering on an old drawing. So, any critiques ?



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    If you're working in photoshop, have you tried using the sharpen filters at all? I find it helps define the brush strokes and adds some texture, giving the image more of a 'paint on canvas' feel.


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    Thanks for the tip ^^ Indeed my painting was quite blurry, and looks already better sharpened. I'll give it a try
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    hmmm it looks like she has no chest, u might want 2 try and give that area some volume also she appears 2 be contorted in a weird way, her back isnt bent enough 2 achieve that position. but i agree that it looks cool

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