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Life... in place of life by GuyFlash Life... in place of life by GuyFlash
ok, first thing I do here is admit I suck at photoshop, but I'm getting better, and I'm quite proud of the glowy bits :D

anyhoo, this setting is a very significant place in the story of stripey dress girl, and as such I wont tell you jack all about it =p

but crits are definately being requested from you though ;)
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TalentlessAssassin Jan 10, 2007
You should be proud of the glowy and shadowy bits.
Thank god for the dodge and burn tools.
You're really not bad at all.
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:iconsdragon029:
thats a great looking light beam
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kormyen Dec 21, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
damn your secrecy! *angry fist wave* :P

looks interesting..

reminds me of the jesus-bondage-tree of sdg that I faved before from you... only evil...er ^-^

`kormyen
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:iconsmilyorg:
Nice! Looks like something from Day of the Tentacle :)
I wonder why it's glowing green from the underground... :wtf:
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vincentvc Dec 19, 2006  Student Digital Artist
Looks cool!
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ArtBIT Dec 19, 2006  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Looks ok, but the tree looks a bit upside-down ;)
...with roots up and branches in the ground...
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Cptncutleg Dec 19, 2006  Hobbyist Digital Artist
its alright, a bit cartoony if it's not too bold to say so though
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NectarineKiss Dec 18, 2006
im likingin it alot, very nice job with the glowy parts. the only think i noticed wrong on it, is the trees shadow, it should be behind it, not to the front of it
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Anjiwa Dec 18, 2006
You're so secretive. But this is very nice, I really like it.
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I very much like the dimensions you use on the buildings, and the streetlights going into the distance. The trees branches look stunted, some like this style. I prefer long splitting/twisting branches with a straight trunk, dont be afraid to have it grow off the picture. Likewise you could have a smaller trunk, perhaps akin to those twisting bonsais.

I appreciate your sense of dimension with your work, look forward to see more :)
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