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Well seeing as you wanted people to criticize your work, I will be the first
The darth maul photo looked very good at first glimpse, it was sharp at the top but why you blended it together at the bottom I don't know. And I have noticed this with all the pictures you do and it is a positive trend and I must ask; do you gain some sort of satisfaction from blending your photos. Sometimes it works due to it being soft shade, but the need to add it into all your photos I don't know it just doesn't look cool, nor does it suit as stated in my comment about the darth maul photo and ultimately you have ruined such a great photo.
I have said this in many of your photos and hopefully my friend every time I say it, it shall remind you not to do it. You can't do soft shade with sharp lines. It just looks unrealistic and tarnishes the look of the photo. It is heavily present in all the photos except the dauth maul photo. What you should do is use the dauth maul photo, you must have used some sort of reference and copy the style, in that photo there is no present lineart and it just looks very nice, whereas in the other photos there is lineart and it just doesn't look cool.
In the photo where naruto is jumping into the sky, why you added in an a screen shot of konoha I don't know. Also why you made an effect as if naruto is with the clouds, it does not add up as naruto would have needed to jump up high(2000m) to reach the clouds so it just does not add up lol.
The colour of Sasuke in cs2 is not his normal skin colour but a dark grey
The colour of Goku's tshirt underneath is blue, and it is not orange entirely
Raditz forhead is a perfect definition of soft shading, whilst his lower mouth is not.
This is all I have to say