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Mahhona Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2017   Digital Artist
Thank you so much for this great feature ! I'm honored !  Hug 
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ErikShoemaker Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
great job with the light, looks excellent! The rider behind the train looks a little bit big :)
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Mahhona Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2016   Digital Artist
Thank you very much for your words! :flowerhugs: by Helen-Baq
You think the rider behind is still to big ? I've allready smaller it before :laughing:
Well, now the contest is closed I will wait to the results and I will modify that a little more after ;) Thank you for your constructive critique :)
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ErikShoemaker Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
it is hard to explain but I think yes. DraakeT has written a couple of tutorials on it (more in his gallery) that explain it pretty well and might be helpful: Perspective Advanced Proportions PThoughts 2 by DraakeT
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Mahhona Featured By Owner Edited Aug 1, 2016   Digital Artist
WOW ! Thank you so much for this great link! It's full of fantastic informations to do better manipulation work! :hug:
I will try to apply that on my train attack work :D
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DraakeT Featured By Owner Edited Jul 31, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Oh yes, this work about cowboys and train, is the typical and perfect work where those rules works at 100%. So Mahhona, at the end the train and cowboys not only they will have the same horizon line but even an excellent proportion among them.
In that tutorial i didn't discovered nothing of new, I had only collected various drawing informations and applied them but above all converted them for manipulations works! Oh yes there aren't these specific rules for photomanipulators-manipulations... tut. created also thanks the help of differents people of the drawing sector...a work of patience also waiting their answers relative my specific questions.
Thanks for the link Erik Hug 

I like the visual scene and so the relative story assault to the train........  in few word...... A dusk of bloodDance lessons
and i like the effort to create the dynamism thanks the dust created by the running horses!
Keep on!
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Mahhona Featured By Owner Edited Aug 1, 2016   Digital Artist
Thank you so much for your words and for your so great tuto! :hug:
It's very helpfull to increase skills on photomanipulation!
I will try to apply that on my attack train work! Thank you again! :glomp:
And many thanks also for your watch! :flowerhugs: by Helen-Baq
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DraakeT Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Oh yes if you follow those tutorials they are funny....and not because are mine but because are funny for real! i don't know if you didn't see the tutorial where there is the ballroom. but create that was so funny for me. and im sure at 100% that will be funny even in this your work because the concept is equal! Well i tell you the truth, i will try to do this work me too because im interested to see various things  :wave:
If you have issues, simply, ask we are here!
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Mahhona Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2016   Digital Artist
WOW! All these tutos are awesome and very usefull! :clap:
This concept of VP is not easy to apply but I will work on that and I will ask you if I have problemes with it, I promise, thank you for your help :hug:
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Lora-Vysotskaya Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Great work! It really looks like a frame of some western movie! Lighting is awesome. Good luck in the contest! 
P.S. Just one notice: no rails behind the train;) 
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Mahhona Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2016   Digital Artist
Thank you very much for your words! :flowerhugs: by Helen-Baq
For the rails it's normal, they are coming from the left behind the train, as the initial image of the train, and I decided to keep it like this so they are not visible ;)
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Lora-Vysotskaya Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
It's clear:)
You're welcome:)
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Mahhona Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2016   Digital Artist
Thank you so much for this feature! I'm honored :flowerhugs: by Helen-Baq
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12PeaceArt Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Beautiful work.. good luck in the contest!
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Mahhona Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2016   Digital Artist
Thank you very much! :flowerhugs: by Helen-Baq
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VinnyMartello Featured By Owner Edited Jul 5, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
That appears to be an old Mikado locomotive from the western part of the United States. Very cool!!! :D
My one critique is that the Bandit in the background appears to be bigger than the locomotive itself.
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Mahhona Featured By Owner Edited Jul 5, 2016   Digital Artist
Thank you so much for your words!
And .... Yes you're right for the bandit! Now I can see that! I supposed I've been looking at the image too long while I was working on it, I didn't notice that before! :laughing:
Thank you for your constructive critique :)

EDIT : I've change it thanks again! :D
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