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Hey all! Been meaning to make a thread here for ages but now I'm actually doing it!
I'll be fleshing out this OP in the near future but for the time being I have one piece in particular I'm looking for feedback on.
This is something I did for a class that I'm hoping to continue to work on and submit to a show.
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The concept is kinda complicated but I'm basically working with the idea of not being in control of one's body, paresthesia, dysfunction of the senses etc
I'm pretty happy with how this is going so far, I'm relatively inexperienced digitally and this is basically the first time digital painting has really clicked for me. I want to get the most out of this work and I'm open to any crits, but one thing I'm wanting is to find a way to really bring the viewer in and give the piece more immediacy. From talking to other people, I'm planning on fixing some anatomical issues with the legs and adding reflected light from the lights in the background, as well as toying with the idea of blurring/distorting/rotating/cropping the figure. I'm probably spending too much time typing so I'll let you guys have at it, thanks!