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THE ANGEL OF UNITY


By 3D4U2C posted Sat, Dec 05, 2020

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THE ANGEL OF UNITY
I THINK THE WORLD COULD USE A FEW MORE GOOD ANGELS, .....
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Sun, Dec 06, 2020
by daggerwilldo

A most wonderful wish for this broken down world. I totally agree. This is a  most beautiful work. Well done.



Sun, Dec 06, 2020
by RxLnx

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Dear 3D4U2C,


 As always - thank you for your artwork and uploads.


 Been thinking hard about this model - both in Angel of Death form, and Handsome Warrior - trying to pinpoint what makes my mind think it is not quite right.


 I would bring his brow/forehead hairline down around a quarter inch/12mm - as current hairline is for male in mid late 40's - yet mind view of character age is late 20s to mid 30s.


 Similarly would increase eye size 5>10% and move down maybe sixteenth inch/2~3mm; to give greater prominence and reduce vertical broadness of cheeks.


 Is very good now, but for reasons mentioned - to my eye - does not look perfect.

(comment/critique - not criticism)


Cheers,


Rick.




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