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    Under the cherry blossom tree

    Pic of both my charcters under a cherry blossom tree....pedals and cherry blossom brushes from http://truly-sarah.com/

    Could of did better on the CG job..let me know if there is other problems.

    BTW I know I need a anatomy book..but dont have the money to buy one and parents hardly take me newhere...so yeah a 16 year old artist without a anatomy book -_-;;



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    Here. Have yourself an anatomy book: That should help you out quite rightly.

    Keep practicing and you'll probably become a master. Until then just say no to photograph backdrops. They are like a sin.

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    To be perfectly honest, there isn't much that's good to say about this piece. I'm not even going to critique the piece itself. The only thing I can tell you is to keep practicing.


    However, you should keep this piece. Use it as a measure of your progress as time goes on, as you exercise and strengthen your skills. You can tell how much you progress by comparing future pieces with this one.

    You have potential, so keep going.

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