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    Nice. Is that common in school now? Figure drawing with digital?

    God, I feel old.

    I was once on the receiving end of a critique so savagely nasty, I marched straight out of class to the office and changed my major (sketchbook).
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    Actually no. I started doing digital because I ran out of paper, but I discovered that I'm a lot better at digital than with traditional mediums. Plus it helped that my teacher likes to do digital work himself so he didn't mind.

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    I love some of the tonal parts and contrast you have going, but there are some issues with the anatomy. Here b(.)(.)bs look too far down, and the top of her back and how the shoulder connects looks a little odd to me, too.

    If you're alot better with digital than traditional then don't get into the habbit of using only digital. You could more easily be able to transfer your traditional practices to digital, but not the other way round (to some extent, at least). I cry when I see a decent digital artist break down with traditional media. They should be hand-in-hand.

    Good stuff.

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    I think that it is a very nice image. I agree that the shoulder looks a little odd, but the boobs are not really to low due to her slightly slouched position.
    although this is not so easy to read at first glance.

    The only real crit that i have for you is that i believe that you should soften some of the transitions within the form shadows, this would give the image a more feminine feeling overall. The only other thing that i see is based on my own opinion, and that would be ever so slightly darkening towards the legs and gradating it to the current value that you have right now. This will give the image a better sense of light falling down on the figure, and make it a little more atmospheric.

    These are just minor changes, otherwise i believe it is a really nice image.
    Well done.

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    Thanks for your input.

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