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    animal girl warrior

    heh, i finished this one awhile back.
    i tried really hard to avoid many of the cliches you see w/cat girls.
    i think she came out pretty well.
    what do you think?

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    I know we're not dealing with human proportions here, but I think her arms could still be a little longer.


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    really nice image, I like the head very much.
    it might be a cliche, but cats do have 5 digits (or more!) per limb.

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    nice. i like the patterns of the face. maybe bring them down the body a bit

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    the hand on the ground isnt working for me.. heres a very quick (and bad) paintover, hope you dont mind. something more like this, the other hand screamed "REPTILIAN!!" whereas it needs to scream "FELINE!!!!"



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    Maybe it's just me, but I think she should be ar4ching her back more- Or not putting as much weight on her hand on the ground, if any.

    But other than that it looks pretty cool =D

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    The face is very nice and the overall job you did with this concept. This cat-woman, at first glance, seems more catlike then womanlike which is different.
    her neck seems too long while her arms and legs are too short (They'd be ok if she were to move like a cat on four but she isn't like that). Ionno if cat legs are like that but the hands need work (5 fingers) and a more claw like hand, the fingers are too skinny.

    The arc in her back is not confortable, in real life the back would curve outside and not inwards. I know that the sexy feminine curve is on the inside but can't be applied for the current pose. If she had this current curve you'd need more things to support the wait transfer in front, like a knee on the ground.

    Good job on the colouring really looks neat.

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