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    Looks very traditional (if that is your intention) but I think her neck's a little too long...

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    Perspective of the lantern thing look off.

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    Yes, looks very 'on target' if you're going for the traditional oriental style.

    Her hands and arms look very frail and work on some drapery/wrinkles.

    Also, !big big big!, try and draw very light when you start off then correct and correct and correct till you feel its perfect then darken in lines, or else you get those nasty smudges like the one around her left hand. Also, taking days to do a single piece isn't shameful, lots of artists take a month or more to do some art, so don't deadline yourself. It just looks like you did it pretty fast. You'll be amazed at the stuff you can achieve working for a long time on a single piece.

    Good work, hope to see more!

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    I did draw light i just edited it on a photo proggy ( i was fooling around ) and accidently posted the darkened one, it was originally very very light.

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