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    Your input?

    I have just started drawing and this is the first thing i have done, it annoyed me a bit that i was totaly hopless at it so i decided to put some practice in.

    This is the first thing i attempted, thought it would be easy due to the fairly basic shape.

    Your input?

    Yea it's a bit small i know but when i fiddle with it is normaly on 300%

    I use Photoshop CS2.

    I will attempt to colour it later but i want to get it as near perfect as i can before i bother.


    Any tips/info?

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    I love your ass Spinewire, good proportions.
    How about trying to make the shades more smooth, so you canT tell where the midtones and shadows begin and end?, i can see the strokes and that hurts the thing i think.

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    Thanks for the input, i have tried to make the transition of shades smoother. Maybe a bit more work on the right cheek...

    Your input?


    Anything else would be greatly apreceated, or any info on how i should go about colouring it.


    edit- it seems less beliveable now :| i think i may have altered some of the lines :|

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    The lines are fine, do you notice that now the left leg looks more flat? you deleted the shadows there, you need more shadows, you also deleted a reflection light on her right cheek (on the bottom). Maybe you are also using a wrong technique, did you check the photoshop drawing tutorial in the photoshop section? you should.

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    No but i'll go check it out...



    edit- i cannot seem to find it

    If it was by fredflickstone then all is images come up and red X's

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