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Full Critique Jenny popped in...


Always on
Jenny called in on Monday
Did a few bits and pieces....first model Ive paid for a while...she had a casting and mentioned in it she had two weeks spare before going back to Uni so...in like Flynn

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Always on
Premium Member
Two more of your wonderful images FB, beautiful ,sultry girl. Superb lighting in #1 and really love the `Victorian` PP in the second.

Minor Problem

Always on
Premium Member
Love both of these Doug but I wonder if the face softening could do with dialling down a little in the 1st? My what big pupils she has in that, did you have the modelling lights off?


Rain maker
Can't really comment on the skin mobile, but I love the mood and toning of the first.
I wonder if the bridge of nose is a tad light compared to rest of face?

Like the posh seating.


Always on
Honorary Life Member
Loving no1, no2 is nice but her left leg looks a bit strange in that pose,from a distance it looks like she has no foot, it could be the shadow is hiding the definition.


Always on
Brilliant these. Only thing I'm not overly keen on is the dramatic change of texture in the flooring to the left. All in all tho, great job. Money well spent


Always on
Lovely shots -- Skin is a bit yellow-ish on the first shot but I do not mind too much.


Ramble Vision

Mountain Climber
Super Moderator
The OP hasn't been on the forum form well over a year. Comment by all means but note they probably won't be seen by the author of the image