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    girl with gun

    lame line art

    maybe putting gun in front give u something and teal green gun
    against a pink red female.

    sorry for the scribble u draw so much nice then me.

    only a suggestion.

    Darrell Bowman
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    Your line work is really good. The figure does seem a bit stiff though. Lets see more of the figure. I think that putting the gun in front would cover up too much, you've got good curves going. Get the whole figure on the page and maybe make the gun a bit longer to balance out the composition.

    Darrell Bowman: There is something to be said about loose drawing techniques. Thats how I draw. You are not scribbling. Scribbling implies that you don't know what you are doing, you have shown refined instinct(where the figure is concerned) with good line work.

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