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Mondenkind on Aug. 5, 2010
Had nothing to do for a few hours so I colored her…I really need to practice more, sheesh…
at 10:31PM, Aug. 27, 2010
i like the design. the colors are very soft :)
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at 7:23AM, Aug. 18, 2010
Not wonderful but still good.
at 12:43PM, Aug. 10, 2010
Cool! =D I love her tutle necklace
at 11:21AM, Aug. 6, 2010
Stop acting like an old man salsa. Are you trying to promote the sales of mannequins?
Skullbie did a great thread for artists. You could atleast link that.
I personally see a unique style here. No point complaining. But atleast youre trying to help with a critique.
Heres the afforementioned thread.
Im sure youve already seen it though.
at 10:04AM, Aug. 6, 2010
Now that I look at it, I agree with what you said about the head. I have to stop drawing 3/4 views like that! I have a horrible tendancy to recycle poses that I'm comfortable with and can draw in a jiffy.
I've always wanted a mannequin ^^ and I might just try to draw something realistic for this sketchbook but none of my comics will ever be in a realistic style because I don't really like realism...(when it's done by me! DX Other artists are great at it and I love their comics but even if I could draw well realistically I wouldn't want to for a comic. I like my manga style better.)
at 8:58AM, Aug. 6, 2010
Just some advice:
The head looks like it's either not attached to the neck or she's holding her head forward. If you shift the head up and to the left some, that should help. I also think that branching out would help tremendously. Try drawing in a realistic style and maybe invest in an artist's mannequin.
Other than that I think you did well on the hands and the coloring.