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    my wip after viewing the feminine on demand

    after watchign the feminine on demand with jason last night i was a bit inspired to draw somethign up today. hope you guys like. its nowhere near done. and yes she has thunder thighs atm. =). approximatly 45min-1 hours so far. im aiming to have this done in under 3.

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    Her thighs are looking quite chubby. (Even though it's perfectly normal. I'm a big thighed girl myself, haha! ) I don't know if this is what you wanted to achieve. Her left leg is looking 'slightly' thick. And I reckon her knee should be higher. Nice pic overall though! How was the class? I'm thinking of buying it.

    Edit - Didn't see you mentioned her thunder thighs! I'm a bit sleep deprived at the moment hehe.

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    Her torso looks awfully long in relation to her arms. It seems like her hands would only reach down to about her hips at the moment. You might need to rethink the proportions a bit.

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    right leg looks short, also the arm. Compositionaly I would include whole figure

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    Nice work so far, liking the values. I would agree with Nezumi, the torso and trunk of the body look a little long, the thighs don't really bother me too much as long as you can show how they flow into the main body, otherwise, nice, looking forward to seeing how this comes out!

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    heres an update guys fixed a few of the issues you guys spotted

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