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Lunch sketch 

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  1. your lunch sketches are AMAZING!!! So sick!

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    1. Thanks Gurmukh! :) I do have fun doing them! You should do some, no pressure just let loose.

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  2. Seriously great. wish you had been on the team for John Carter. I hope it's better than it looks.

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    1. Haha Me too! :S oh well I think it's going to be good though :)

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  3. This is great. Was reference used at all?

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    1. Thanks, and nope! I should have though :S Reference is always a great reminder that I don't know all my anatomy well enough. :)

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    2. I really thought there that you used ref for her torso, lower abdomen especially. It's nicely done.

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    3. Haha, nope, just from memory :) Granted I do lots and lots of anatomy studies! That's the secret...Hardwork! :)

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  4. wow, sir...it is a treat to watch such compositions, characters and to study the balance of blacks and whites in an artwork.
    i would like to know how you make the chromatic aberrations in the image. the fine cyan and magenta fringes in the painting. i have tried a lot but they just dont look real. it would be great if you could tell me something about it.
    thank you so much :)

    mihir joglekar
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    http://joglekarmihir.blogspot.com/

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    1. Hey thanks for the compliments. As for Chromatic Abberation, go to Lens Correction found in your filters drop down window. If you have cs4 and below, you will find it under Filter>Distort>Len's Correction. Good luck!

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  5. Thank you so much Sir. ill definitely try it out and let you know! thanks for your guidance and time :)

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