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Epicenter - Page 1 Episode 3

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This page has given me so much grief. I am so done. Okay, no I am not. I know I am going to redo it eventually. It's time to move on, or I will never get this episode done. Feel free to attack it and nit pick! I'll do what I can to take your advice and put it into practice. Thank you!

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This is an awesome start to the episode. It definitely sets a very serious tone for what comes next. I really like what you did with depth here, especially with the background. The way that the slums way in the back are just the shading without outlines makes for a really good effect. I also like how you chose to do the lighting from the city that dissipates into the rest of the image.
As far as constructive criticism goes, I don't have much. I think the proportions on the shirt on the clothesline are kind of strange, it seems to me that the left sleeve is larger than the right, and both are too big. And the only other thing is I think the city could probably benefit from some additional detail.
Great work, excited to see where this is going. :)

Binkskitten333 responds:

Thanks! Actually that helps me out a lot. I was thinking the same thing for the shirt. And I was wondering about more detail but at a loss as to what. I think I’ll work on the other pages for now and come back to this one later. I really appreciate your criticism:)

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