Hmmm... while there is a bit of an amateur feeling in these, you're certainly no light-weight. The only light-weight I think would give you a hard time is Reggie, and he's cruising his way up to the middles anyway. You may have to work on more dynamic compositions or better shading to compete there, but with work like this, you'd sail through the LWs and end up in the middles in like 3 months anyway, so that's where I'm voting ya.
-STEELE =^_^= \/,,
Pummel stats: LW; 11 Wins | 18 Losses | 6 KOs =|
Upper Light, Lower Middle. Going with Light because I think a few guys there can give you tough matches. If this was a year ago or even 6 months ago I'd say middle without hesitation though.
PUMMEL Stats W: 4 | L: 7 | KO: 4
Since when is white not a background?
For the cemetery:
I don't get a sense of depth. The shadows aren't consistent. Are those little mountains or dirt from a grave about to be filled? It's not clear and little mountains don't make sense.
I was joking, Symson. I quite agree with you.
Backgrounds might be my greatest shortcoming in art. Kinda why I jumped back into PUMMEL. To push myself.