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    Here's a collage i did for my niece, a big Mariah carey fan, somehow i think it could be improved, any comments would be appreciated.
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    Great use of the hair and the neck too tie the images together. Also great use of the different tilts of the head for movement and balance. The only area I see for more thought is the bottom middle where that undifined wing/triangle shape doesn't make sense. Love the charcoal feel and the fact that you have a consistant tone in terms of darkness of the charcoal feel thoughout. Bottom left face might have a little more splotchiness than the other faces ...

    Good job,


    • #3
      Thanks Roger..... I appreciate your feedback


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