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    Nice Octave...good to see you back at it man! The rendering on this is awesome. One crit would be her hip region...it seems a little off. The placement of the legs/butt seem to be a little awkward...I can't put my finger on it though. Also the base of the thumb on her right hand is shaped odd. I love the hair flowing...looks really cool. Great job.
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    I've gotten alot o' comments regarding her hip region, on mIRC and I probably should've known better than to use that particular angle, when referencing from poser. It does look weird. Perhaps an odd angle, perhaps my drawing it incorrectly, perhaps a combination of both. I also messed a bit with the model's proportions, which probably didn't help, either. Lot's of problems with this one. You've commented on every piece I've posted, Jon... I really appreciate that, man. Thanks for your feedback.
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    Anytime...your work speaks for itself...that's what draws me.

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    I like it a lot as well, but IMO that hip does look a bit wrong. If you take that skirt off, I don't think the leg is inserting correcting into the pelvic region. What throws if off is the positioning of the leg coming out from under the skirt. I think its easily fixed by looking at an anatomy book, and a little eraser!:p
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