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    Critiques before I start? (third sketch)

    Since my last sketch posted got some good suggestions that would have helped if I had posted it BEFORE I inked it, thought I would ask if you guys see any problems or things that seem off before I do anything more with it.



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    Her head feels a little like it's skewed to the right, that extra bubble of hair really makes that seem like a bigger problem than it is. I'd even the top of her head out a little more.

    Also, if she lowered her arms, they be huge, going past her knee. Maybe making the lower body larger would straighten that out.

    I do like the arms and hands so far, it's a very natural pose and reads really well.

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    That was quick! Now that you point it out, her lower body does need to be enlarged. And I'll try to do something about the hair/head. Thanks!

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    Okay, I shortened her arms, measured them out this time and made sure when they are dropped down they go to just below crotch-level, and that her head is in proportion with her arms/body. Also fiddled with her hair (made it not so lopsided at the top, brought it down so that the top of her head wasn't so large). Any other things I missed?



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    I'm glad you decided to post smaller (650 is usually the tallest comfortable viewing size).

    It's pretty good until you get just below the breast, then things are about half the size they should be. Measure out the head and make sure you're not trying to put too much of the body on the page (which I do all the time).

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    Allright. Shrunk her head alittle (I always make my heads too big), and just did some quick inks to see how it would look.



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