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    Red face Just a doodle

    *ish very new....*

    A little sketch of this species of mine called a Nemuri *inspired by the Nu mou and Viera of FFTactics ^^;*

    I'd like a bit of critique on this if anyone's willing Always room for improvement!

    http://community.conceptart.org/gall...01/01/8041.jpg
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    And how on earth do you show the picture?
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    http://community.conceptart.org/gall...01/01/8040.jpg <---that was the actual picture >.>
    We do not inherit the earth from our parents, we borrow it from our children

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhiteAngel
    http://community.conceptart.org/gall...01/01/8040.jpg <---that was the actual picture >.>

    Just a doodle


    use the image tags, when making a subject the tool for the tags ( [IMG] at the start of the url and [/IMG] at the end of it) is above where you enter the text editor

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    Great dynamics, the only thing i can suggest you working on is the anatomy of the human figure...i'm still studying it, and i works great when you want to draw nice solid characters. Nice work, keep going!

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    I think the most basic, helpful thing I can say is to try to make it all look a bit more organic. Some of the parts look like they're doll parts, hinged together. Practice how different bodyparts segway into eachother, for instance I think having a smoother neck-to-head transition would help that part. I've always loved them Vieras and Nu Mous, so I look forward to what you can do with this.

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    Strange, when I clicked on your tag, I see this picture:

    Just a doodle
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