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    Crazy disco DJ Sona in the hizhouse!

    My friend is making a skin for sona from league of legends this is the design he chose from sketches I showed him.

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    Her arms seem to be both really long, and different lengths. Similar problem with the legs, the knees are different heights and boots are different too.

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    Thank you for the catch! I don't see why I didn't see it before here is a super quick revision, aside from the arms still being long, I hope I fixed the placement issues.

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    Seeing as you're in Photoshop or something similar, you can just add another layer with a proportion breakdown on it. That should help you catch most stuff. I'm not sure where her elbow is at the moment, am I reading that right that it's just above the blue cuff? If so, then I think it's too low. I think the knees might be a tad low as well, although it does look a lot better without the unevenness. Check it and find out for sure.

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    What's going on with those shoulders/upper arms? Is there any chance of seeing the underlying structure of the body behind those weird sleeve things?

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    Here is the body under the clothes.

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    Here is photo reference for a turnaround:
    http://browse.deviantart.com/resourc...round#/d2374y5

    She's got underwear on but I'm sure you can find reference for breasts and butts. You can modify the proportions a little bit to suit your model but right now the pose and proportions you've got are seriously broken so don't modify too much.

    Note the lack of fat bulbous clown shoe toes. If you're going to draw high-heeled shoes, get reference because even chunky heels don't usually look like they came out of a circus.

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    Thanks for everyone's helpful advice and tips. I pretty much started over from scratch, and here is what I have so far. I payed attention the proportions, and watch the size and placement of hands and feet, I am aware the hands current weird size will fix when I start to detail them. Hopefully it has improved.

    also please pardon the bright blue makeup she has on right now.

    It will be gone soon.

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    Proportions aren't the only thing. Right now her left leg (to our right) looks broken. You've got the knee bending sideways and they just don't do that.

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