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    bathing lady

    this sketch i did in alias sketch pro. hope u people like it. i am eager to know your comments and how i can go about improving my sketching....

    bathing lady


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    That's pretty. I can easily picture this being used on a label for suntan lotion or some other salon product just the way it is. Or partially enclosed in a box shape.
    if you have a few more of a similar nature I would suggest submitting them to that type of company.
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    thanx gilead.
    i am prety much new to the community. hope with more practice and support from u guys i can improve my art further.

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    Hi,
    I tried your image at the size of a product label and realized that it would not read very well once shrunk down so small. So I went over your lines with a heavy marker and used white-out for highlights. Hope you don't mind.
    This would work.
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    Ooh yes, very pretty. Love those colors! I agree with Gilead, this would make an awesome product label or logo! = )

    I could also see it painted onto a vase, as calander art, one of those custom computer case paint jobs...hell, I'd hang it on my wall! It's got a great look, I'm looking forward to seeing more work in this style.
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    nice very effin original bro!

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    hi there Orozc0 and Bad Brownie, thanx for ur points. i too would lov it to be used appropriately. i am puttin up more work today..... plz send in ur inputs.

    hey gilead,
    no need to bother if i mind about wat u did with my sketch.
    wat u sketched.... tats prety nice work ! though its more crude looking than the 1st drawing and has thick lines, i think wat u have made looks much better that way for a logo. it has its own charm of innocent lines to it i guess. the beauty of it is it has retained its essence.
    thanx for doodling with the sketch.

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