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    Nude and a tiger. Need help with concept.

    So this one started out as a straight figure drawing, and then slowly turned into a more elaborate piece. Making a narrative out of it has been a bit of a problem, so I'm not sure if the idea that the tiger's tame comes across or not. Any ideas on how to work that in? (and of course, technical advice is always appreciated)

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    The glutes should look different from each other if the legs aren't posed the same. In addition to a layer of fat, the cheek is still a muscle that can stretch.

    I'd say that her left thigh is too far forward. It'd also help to study the musculature of the back.

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    The cloth helps.

    At first, I couldn't see a connection at all - kinda 'i like to draw girls and tigers, so here it is'. wondering if a more relaxed pose for the cat would help, or a collar maybe, if changing the pose is too labor intensive.

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    Thanks for the tips, I'll get working on that (anatomy in particular). I did first try adding a collar, but I couldn't get it to work, since the tiger's hair would've been covering it. Guess I'll go with the cloth for now and work on the pose when I get a chance.

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