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    Sketchbook - Updated on 06.18.2008.

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    Hey that's really nice.
    I like the unique design on her.
    But I think you missed the fins

    Really nice, I will certainly come back here.

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    Good start! I like it
    But I think left shoulder longer that it should
    And sure enough people expect the marmaid has a flipper

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    Lovely design. It's a break from the average mermaid character design. Though, her upper body is unbalanced with her lower body. There's alot going on the upper body (the octopus head, krab claws, webbed arms, ect) but, her lower body looks too normal compared to the rest of her body.

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    I'm not sure about the foreshortening on her legs. They feel very dwarf-like to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by GentleFood3 View Post
    I'm not sure about the foreshortening on her legs. They feel very dwarf-like to me
    OTOH... someone with lobster claw arms and an octopus head/brain may also have weird looking legs...

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    Thank you for your observations. She's not an average mermaid, I just named this caracter for the marine members. This picture is rather an experiment than a traditional work.
    I started to paint the picture but I haven't finished yet. I'm working on it.

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    dont know if its just me, but i would like to see her legs be more longer. doesnt seem proportional to her body even if it is foreshortened. or maybe she's just a small gal. love the head and the over all design though.


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    I used a photo reference for this picture. Her legs are shorter
    Thanks.

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    Sketchbook - Updated on 06.18.2008.
    Sketchbook - Updated on 06.18.2008.
    A vault monster sketch and a sea goblin concept.

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    why isnt ur sketchbook in the sketchbook thread?

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