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2 recommendations, the palette is good, but its too narrow, the blue and the purple look nice, but its too harmonious, especially with such a dynamic picture. Also because of this the yellow stands out way too much. Second, the shadows, while well done are a bit too faint, with so much light going around with the ability, you'd expect a more dynamic light source/result, or whatever you call it. Other than that, the piece is very good though, dynamic pose, rendered excellently and the background looks lovely. I hope these pointers help you get some extra UMPH out of your image. Feel free to ask me more if you want me to elaborate on something further. As for the stars, pay them little mind, I just went with my first instinct, I'm not overly fond of them.
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Srarlight Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2012  Student Filmographer
Hmm yeah I can see that! I didn't spread the yellow around as much as I would have liked and I kind of played it safe here with my color palette since colors found next to each other on the color wheel usually look nice together (Also I'm a bit biased when it comes to blue and purple, there my favorite colors to work with but I've kind of gotten stuck on them e_e) Someone else was kind enough to point out I'm usually a little hesitant with my shadows and darker colors. I'm going to have to play around with that now and see if I can't give them more attention since I'm usually too eager to mess with my light sources.

Thank you for your time and pro tips Nightmare! I really appreciate it!
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CountDraggula Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2012
I feel a little weird giving coloring advice though, haha since its by far one of my weakest points when it comes to art, but I'm glad that this was able to help you. I'm not an art student or anything like that, so take my suggestion with a grain of salt
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