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    Thumbs up Character Creation: my story character in grayscale, colored, multiposes

    Character Creation: my story character in grayscale, colored, multiposes

    Character Creation: my story character in grayscale, colored, multiposes

    Character Creation: my story character in grayscale, colored, multiposes

    Character Creation: my story character in grayscale, colored, multiposes


    In order from 1-4 are titled as followed:
    1. Noctiluna in Grayscale
    2. Noctiluna in Color
    3. Noctiluna Color Wheel Poses
    4. Noctiluna Elemental Forms

    Noctiluna is my main character for my series of short stories.
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    Hmm...well I think your heading in a strong direction ^^ Your ideas are very unique.

    I think your only downsides are the photo quality and simple technical drawing.If you have a sexy elemental female lead i think you should really play that up. Her poses are very boxy and rigid. Good news is the more and more you study the better and better you will get. I would say look at some old master drawings of women (I like Raphael personally because I think his overlapping of forms is sexy ), and see how they handle things. From there you can build a better understanding of how things can be done. Great work and I look forward to see more form you.
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    thanks for your insight
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    you need better practice on your anatomy, try looknig on google, or going to a bookstore it will greatly help you
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