Baba Yaga anatomy issues.
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    Baba Yaga anatomy issues.

    Hi guys,
    this bitch got anatomy issues and i can't see where is she wrong please help me find those!

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    quite an interesting piece, since you asked about anatomy i'll have a go.
    The top half looks like it is significantly smaller than the bottom. I made a list of things that have caused this (as well as other things that catch my eye)
    -feet are too big
    -feet look as if standing on a sloped floor relative to the feet of the....thing
    -Right hand too small
    -Left hand not gripping correctly
    -face is a bit long making the eyes feel too high
    -her overall body position is just awkward. I stood up and tried that and I popped my back. Its not impossible, but improbable.
    -The hair looks flat, like it stops after I can't see it anymore, try either tilting the face forward and moving the hair down on top of it or shave a bit off the top and sides.
    good individual detail but the overall effect is hard to comprehend accurately. Look up some references and maybe take a picture of a friend in the pose you want.
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    Isn't she too neat for Baba Yaga? Maybe I'm wrong but I spent my childhood with such stories so I expect someting more Slavic.

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    Her near upper arm is about half as long as her ner lower arm and her far arm is about 2/3 as long as the near one. Adding a bit more of a bend in the far arm and shortening the near lower arm will help to even out her arms. You might also want to turn her shoulders to be more 3/4. We're looking at her head and hips straight on and her shoulders straight from the side.

    I'm not sure why she has a PS3, but I like it. The isometric perspective on i makes it look very fat though.

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    Even though her upper body is turned, it doesn't really flow into the lower half. The feet and legs should turn a little with the torso (unless she's like a doll where the upper body moves on its own. creepy).

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