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    making a leap

    A image i would like to have some critics on.

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    lower legs seem bent, legs and feet too thick, toes at wrong angle - should only be able to see a small crescent of toenail. What's up with the shadow between her breasts, looks kinda like a bush, lol. Maybe that's just because she's an anthro, but if so then the shadow areas on the arm holding the necklace should look more furry. Overall, a tione might be a better choice for fur areas than pure black. The face, chest, abs, and hips all look pretty good, although it's hard to evaluate faces upside down.

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    Dint expect so much pointers but thanks for the advices

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    good for a furry artist..believe me on that one. Otherwise, there are some major anatomy problems going on. The other guy focused on the legs, and I agree, but I also have problems with the arms.

    I'm drawing a blankin my sketchbook, that is

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    thanks hehe.
    the arms are a bit weard so yeah i guess there is allot ot be done on this then... guess on shuld start on scrath on it i supose.

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