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Old 06-10-2018   #1
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Old 06-10-2018   #2
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Overall nice job!

If it were me, I'd try raising the camera a bit, and aiming downward. It might let you see into the cup a bit more, and would remove the bit of awkard napkin at the front. If you have the smoke on a separate layer, I would try to decrease the opacity to make it more see through. It feels too thick.

The higher camera angle might also remove the overlap or merging of the napkin and cup, and clean up the back end of the napkin and the back end of the table. I know its more of person style or nit picking, but I think it would clean it up a bit.
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Old 06-12-2018   #3
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Nice catch mate.


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