Odd picture of cudi to use I like the background and what you've done with it in that part. Although to add on to what mostly everyone has stated before me about the soft brush strokes give off a flare effect and it just takes away from the image in my opinion.
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My honest opinions.
-OTHER than the fact it looks like something I'd find on a shirt @K-Mart
-I like the colors you have, they seem to pull me. But something about them makes it look unbalanced to me.
-The circles around the bottom feel to "soft".
-The resolution of the image is very low, understandably the stock of him may have been low res, but this renders it almost 100% useless other than using it as a phone background :/
-The image as a whole feels too heavy on the right side, and doesn't follow the "Rule of Thirds" very well. http://emptyeasel.com/2009/02/03/the...t-in-your-art/ (Link to and explanation of the rule of thirds.)
-The cutout you did looks a tad rough. Could use some pixel by pixel selection. Tedious, but better in the long run, makes it look less "rushed" and "zero fucks given" looking.
Last, obvious, and stated a million times, the glow on the hands and face are WAY to open and need to be removed, replaced, or made more subtle.
Now that we got the negatives out of the way!
I like the blending between the different shapes you throw out.
I like the lighting you threw in by the middle of his shit
And I would like to see more effects given directly to the stock, instead of throwing a bunch of polys and lines around a stock image.
You have good potential,
but it seems like you rush a bit too much and are more eager to hear compliments or good feedback on a piece of work than actually taking the time to make sure the work is well made, original, or even well balanced.