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    Very, very nice art. On your last piece, the breasts look a little too low to me. The dragon also looks rather stiff.
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    amazing talent you have. I love your watercolors the most, they are just great. I would love to see you draw more animals
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    sexy colours: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...4&d=1339289305

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    I'm super jelly. I wish I'd started studying art way earlier.
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    otherscape-thanks! after I finished the study i also thought that <.< gonna have to push it next time...the dragon is study from other illustration so -_-

    america220- thanks a lot I have a hard time drawing horses so I will probably get onto that soon I hope.Also dog like heads,pretty hard -_-

    Saurabhinator- haha thanks!it's funny because I also get kinda jelous when I see people who started studying at 13 and 14...it's crazy! i only started taking this more seriously when I turned 16.
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    Made this as a birthday gift for a friend who loves AC
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    A friend of mine sketched this on my sketchbook and I decided to color it up
    She has kinda of a manga-ish touch but I think it worked rather well XD
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    cheers everyone! now...go draw some sexy crap!
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    studies from references
    did line sketch on the portrait,normally i don't,despite taking more time i guess is better too study proportions and painting becomes more "direct".

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    cheers!
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    wip and concept from mind

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    cheers
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    On the last character, he looks a little off balance for a couple of reasons. I think your intention was to make it look like he's walking forward, but the way that it's drawn it just looks like its placed kind of awkwardly. I'd say try walking the pose out yourself in real life and see how your leg bends during the sequence. Hopefully that makes sense haha?

    Also I'd suggest that you flip your canvas every so often while you're painting if you're not already doing that, it can help to see the image in a new way.

    i like the girl in #5!
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    On the last character, he looks a little off balance for a couple of reasons. I think your intention was to make it look like he's walking forward, but the way that it's drawn it just looks like its placed kind of awkwardly. I'd say try walking the pose out yourself in real life and see how your leg bends during the sequence. Hopefully that makes sense haha?

    Also I'd suggest that you flip your canvas every so often while you're painting if you're not already doing that, it can help to see the image in a new way.

    i like the girl in #5!
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