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    Default Eyes

    Took these for a bet
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    Not easy Alan, especially with a depth of field of next to nothing.

    I rather like the colour popping to attract attention to where you want it, but I think it works better on the second image. For some strange reason, instead of a pupil on the first image, it looks like a hole. Perhaps because she is looking further away from the camera. Either way, original well executed work.
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    Very nice detail...........Did you win the bet?
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    I agree with Colin...the direction of the light source in the first one casts a lot of shadow on the white of the eye whereas the light is more evenly distributed on the second.
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