seriously dude, your stuffs amazing! I love the way you can almost see the story behind your characters, I'm doing a book for my final year at uni with just characters, I'm having trouble with doing the bodies though...any tips?
well, I would take her out but she's too young for me..come on, she's still hasn't learn to put on her socks!!. Secondly, she's a flipper fan...there's no accounting for lack of taste. ALL yu were missing was the trailer park and her stoggy!! Other than that you rolling...It took me awhile to recongnize but I can see the affluence of Mr. Tony washington's pallette..of course w/yur twist on it which is why, my eye was doing some visual yoga for a minute, feeling out the variables, I 'm digging your constants. Yur aging well, I going to invest on sum of the Galloway merlot yur fermenting there. Road trip to Cheek's vineyard to see what else he's cooking!!
p.s. Since yur encouraging critiques...I would have to say the shadow on the right calf, is funny to me...it's not following the shape you design...it should have more of a oval shape...as it stands now, one calf seems smoother and the right calf seems abit blocky...consider that the calf is compose of two overlapping muscles one larger and the smaller which is alongated an is the muscle that creates the deep cut on the side of the lower leg when ever one flexes the foot...also where you have place the light source, it should be affecting the left calf as well, and it should not be in full shadow but follow the same pattern of light you establish for the right calf....I hope this helps & I was clear enough for you. c-ya @the big Dance down south.