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    simple characters

    yo my first thread got deleted somehow ..bummer..but ill pu tup jsut a few from it...tell me what yenz think


    ok i just saw that his hands blow!...so yeah





    gotta start somewhere
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    GAaaaah... i wrote like a half page and then it disapeared.

    but to make a long story short:

    i Like: your shadowing, armor parts and the pose of the girl!

    you should work on her left arm though, it seem to be glued to her chest
    also i wanted to say, dont be afraid to make wrongs, then you will never learn. try drawing a picture without never lifting your pen from the paper.

    so try some different arm poses before you choose wich one u whant, theres always a way to erease

    but, with the exception of the arm, the girl pic is really sweet!

    oh a new tip! try draw with charkol (is that spelled like that?). make your girl/boy friend stand model, and then only draw the shadows! no outlines!! its a great way to practice, and its fun

    Los carlos Bachos!
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    The first pic has a nice dynamic pose (much better than the pose in the second, which is very static) but it's still not quite reading correctly. I think this is mostly because the back leg is so small. It should look like it's going back in space, but right now it just looks totally in the background.
    Make sure the leg attaches at the hip--right now it's too small to be attached to the character. A knee bend may help.
    Definately get in this pose yourself and look in the mirror.
    Overall, I think this is the best piece of the three, so put in the effort to fix it up!

    best,
    emily

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