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    Alantyns wips

    EDIT: I decided to post my wips here for improvement, instead of making new threads too often. I'll upload the latest wip on this post.

    Don't know how u guys react to fan art o_o
    Anyhow, I worked on my coloring (after studying light and color abit) and I'd like to know if there's anything I can improve ^_^ Perhaps I should make a big thread here, instead of making new threads all the time.

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    Her face is completely off looking. Looking at her body shows us that you need to work on your proportions.With the pose,use references,and if you can,try acting her pose out in a mirror.Her hands look off too.


    Do thumbnails so you can plan things out.

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    The construction of the mouth and the jawline is off. The jaw is poorly understood, and appears to have no real connection to the neck.

    The ribcage needs to be drawn out, with attention to the shoulder girdles, clavicles, and the trapezius. Her neck and left shoulder imply that the ribcage is pointing to the left, but her right shoulder and chest indicate that the ribcage is pointing to us.

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    thanks for the crits!
    so i applied some fixes quickly. please check if they are correct. I'm going to sleep for a few hours

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    Its the same image as before.

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    Well i ajdusted the right shoulder since it was too wide. I Also adjusted the calf and boots. About the jawline could you redline the thing? Because i cant see whats wrong. I hope its not too much to ask.

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    So I'd still love some help on the chun li 1. with the body twist and jawline.

    In the meantime, I went on painting a new piece. this is how it looks so far, any advice would of course be welcome.

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