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    Oh my! You made Ada's legs like anorexics ones! Blasphemy! ;-) More seriously, while you handled well the upper part of her body there is some serious with issue with her legs IMO. Her right thigh especially looks very short with a very angular knee, almost pointy. Her left leg is thin, almost a stick with no volume and bumps.
    Take a look at this and tell me what you think:

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    Quote Originally Posted by StefRob View Post
    Oh my! You made Ada's legs like anorexics ones! Blasphemy! ;-) More seriously, while you handled well the upper part of her body there is some serious with issue with her legs IMO. Her right thigh especially looks very short with a very angular knee, almost pointy. Her left leg is thin, almost a stick with no volume and bumps.
    Take a look at this and tell me what you think:
    thx for the input, i noticed something strange bout the lower part also, just that i can't tell what's wrong myself....will try to fix the too pointy knee there, haha

    regarding the shorter right thigh, it's suppose to be some foreshortening over there, i messed up maybe....
    can somebody show me how to fix the foreshortening right thigh error?.....jz some rough sketch overlay will do...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kakatekoyi View Post
    regarding the shorter right thigh, it's suppose to be some foreshortening over there, i messed up maybe....
    can somebody show me how to fix the foreshortening right thigh error?.....jz some rough sketch overlay will do...
    You simply ran into the picture's edge, and instinctively crammed her thigh into the frame instead of extending the frame. It happens all the time to beginners, and sometimes to experienced artists.

    If you take just the figure, give it enough breathing space this time, and resketch it, you'll likely be able to fix it yourself. Just track the proportions and perspective carefully.

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    Ok, I gave a thought about how to fix it, I even tried to pose the same way (thanks for that! ;-) ). The problem is this position is impossible to hold UNLESS her right foot is posed on a low wall which is impossible as it's on the corpse. The solution is to create a lower step for the left foot (let say around 50cm of height) to make it believable with a slight internal rotation of her left foot. By any chance, did you draw Ada on a seperate layer? It would make all the thigh fixing much easier....

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    I feel that there is a bit of issue with lighting, unless there is light directly on her, the moon is a back light, thus, she would be much darker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StefRob View Post
    Ok, I gave a thought about how to fix it, I even tried to pose the same way (thanks for that! ;-) ). The problem is this position is impossible to hold UNLESS her right foot is posed on a low wall which is impossible as it's on the corpse. The solution is to create a lower step for the left foot (let say around 50cm of height) to make it believable with a slight internal rotation of her left foot. By any chance, did you draw Ada on a seperate layer? It would make all the thigh fixing much easier....
    too bad it's all in a single layer...

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    thx for all the input, here is what i did to fix to leg, any better?

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    The legs do look alot better i think other than that first mess up everything else looks great

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    Quote Originally Posted by kakatekoyi View Post
    too bad it's all in a single layer...
    Then paint over it? Save a previous version or do it on another layer if you're scared to lose progress.
    Also there's still the overall lighting issue, if it's night then it's unlikely we'd see the street as clearly from start to finish, especially if one part is supposed to be lit with flames.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TinyBird View Post
    Then paint over it? Save a previous version or do it on another layer if you're scared to lose progress.
    Also there's still the overall lighting issue, if it's night then it's unlikely we'd see the street as clearly from start to finish, especially if one part is supposed to be lit with flames.
    hmmm, the lighting really off, i got ur point, the road like lit consistently from the front to the end, need to fix that

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    Now the knee's a near tangent with the canvas. Move her over to the right and repaint the background as necessary. She fit too well into the left half of the picture anyway.

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