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    Redlining plz?

    Self-explanitory.

    Sorry for the double post. Computer's been acting weird.

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    Anyone?

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    just a sketch?

    its a good figure

    is that what you wanna know?

    make it into something

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    hey im new to this forum how do you get the thumbnail pic on the left of the thread title

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    The top image is much more dynamic.

    Be careful with the "up-skirt" view; is it appropriate for your audience?

    The bottom images proportions look off. The legs get very thick and the feet are too big.

    Hope this helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sop Art View Post
    The top image is much more dynamic.

    Be careful with the "up-skirt" view; is it appropriate for your audience?

    The bottom images proportions look off. The legs get very thick and the feet are too big.

    Hope this helps.
    In a way yes.

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    The only thing I find troublesome about the first sketch is the strange way the feet line up and cause the right foot to tangent really bad with the left lower leg.

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    The first sketch is good but it is screaming Posemaniacs right now.

    Second one, looks like the bottom leg is a bit too long and the foot too large.

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