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    Need some help

    Hello.
    I'm not sure about the anatomy. Also, I want to show some action in this scene, but don't really know how to do it right. So any help would be great.
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    It is not bad, anatomy wise, looks like her left foot is too wide.
    What is the action you want to show? She looks frightened? Of what? Of me? Why? You may want to think about storytelling...
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    If I might suggest a simple way to add some "action" to the scene. Also, I'd add some color. This gray thing you've got going on is rather drab.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eezacque View Post
    It is not bad, anatomy wise, looks like her left foot is too wide.
    What is the action you want to show? She looks frightened? Of what? Of me? Why? You may want to think about storytelling...
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    If I might suggest a simple way to add some "action" to the scene. Also, I'd add some color. This gray thing you've got going on is rather drab.
    Thank you for your thoughts.
    Maybe I wasn't clear. Sorry for that. By 'action' I meant that I am trying to draw a moment when she just-just finished movement or even continue movement. I didn't meant the idea of picture. This was training to draw figure in dynamics.

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    Hey, here's some ideas that may add dynamism to the overall image. I hope it helps you out!
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    Quote Originally Posted by paulboutros View Post
    Hey, here's some ideas that may add dynamism to the overall image. I hope it helps you out!
    Wow, that's interesting ideas! I know I'm not very good on making a dramatic light. You made me think of it. Though, maybe I'll leave her frightened. Thanks!

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    Updated version

    I think I leave it like this. This seems to be my limit at the moment.

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