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wow this is amazing. I love the whole twisted/weird extravaganza lol i can never explain it. Like Alice and wonderland gone wrong. It's awsome btw i read the critical coment about the floor, i say the floor is pretty darn cool lol
i like this manip (especially how the model's colours match the background and overall feel) but I have some critiques (sorry if they might seem harsh... they're just my opinions after all and i believe in good critique):
1. the floor. why does everyone always work with this chequered floor? It looks too unrealistic, and even though you might argue that the manip is surrealistic it doesn't give you, as a manipulator, an excuse to use the same floor every other surreal manipulator is using.
2. there is no shadow whatsoever underneath the model. the problem with this is that it makes the model look as if she's floating... no grounding. the chequered floor makes shading a bit more difficult as you can't really use the burn tool on a black/white layer.
that's basically it. hope what i said made some sense