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  11 November 2009


I tried to post this picture in the finished section but things got messy.
Anyway, I wanted to post this picture just to get some feedback about props in the scene. A member in here and me discussed about the importance about adding props to a scene.
Still though I am kind of new to this detailed stuff.

This is a project and the girl is wandering around the city, some kind of female hitman, haven't decided the overall idea about it yet.... Besides there's some more info my blog, website.
Will try to add more detail in the next piece.

Would appreciate any kind of feedback but focus in my question is:
"What kind of props would have made this a better scene?"
merely thinking about the composition aswell, felt I wanted some opened space aswell.

For those of you getting confused about my name, I used to have that umbus sketchbook in this section. Changed nickname and all a couple of times.
Thanks for your time.

Last edited by whom : 11 November 2009 at 03:32 PM.
  11 November 2009
the newspaper is nice, maybe some more swirling around in the wind somewhere...
can't say much this looks great
#2 pencil
  11 November 2009
soundwav, appreciate the comment, thank you. btw is your portfolio down too? thought they disabled mine? oh well snif.
  11 November 2009
dunno whazzup
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  11 November 2009
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