nice work on Obama's face. spelling correction; "made with rat milk" or; "made with the milk of rats" althouh now i'm not sure...maybe it's; made with the milk FROM rats"
oh wait, i think i misunderstood, haha. sorry. jere needs to sleep more hours i guess.
Look at the angle of the top of the table. That's the angle the tops of the coffees should have. The first one closest to Obama is okay. The other two are way off. You should also warp the Heineken labels to mimic the curvature of the glasses. Yours are flat. Why is Obama there. Perhaps instead of Heineken, which really doesn't make any sense, you should use the Star Bucks logo and call it, "Rat Bucks." JMO
Rather good chop, but perspectiuve problems are too evident.
Apart from the perspective angle, it's a quality work, but again, it does not have to be Obama in every chop. In fact this chop would only benefit without having any people there focusing on the product.
Congrats my friend, Very creative chop. Congrats on the cup. This tutorial may help. Single point perspective
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It's funny to think about superheroes in everyday, mundane activities. Like picking up the kids from school in the mini van, doing the dishes, etc. nice concept and execution.
"Pouring milk ain't exactly a superhero job, but somebody has to do it." Congrats on the bronze, Andrew.
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