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    I'm doing some (more) vampirish images lately and also venturing into colour. I'd love to get some good feedback ... Thanks for checking and hope you like.

    Here's an early 2 min colourtest to see whether it'd work in this method, it's similar to what you would do with underpainting I suppose.

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    and here's where she's at now:

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    and this is another one in the same method:

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    Nice shading! But watch your proportions, her whole upper body is to big. Or the lower part of her body is to small

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    Thanks, the ribcage is being troublesome I think. Will look to it, once I can work my lenses into my reddish sandy eyes lol, I hate waiting...

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    This is very cool, but her legs are way too small and... are you avoiding drawing hands and feet?!

    The waist reminds me of those stars from the 50's. You know, the head might be too large, as well.

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    huhuh, well not avoiding, I'm jut never certain how I should position them untill I got mroe background worked in, so I just put the joints in and some general curves. Well anyway lol.

    I think the legs need better perspective, because they're tucked together, I guess I could widen them like in those exagerated poses, but it doesn't seem antural, I think I'll try and refine the legs, after all a very sensual part of a woman.

    I did have those 50's stars in mind a bit yeah, ah presilicone hotties. I think they were a lot more beautiful back then, todays women are a hybrid of teen pop formations and fluorescent make up prototypes. Alas.

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    The eyes are too high on the head, and yes, the head is a tad large, think of measuring the body in head units. (per se, to find an average height of the figure, you can pretty much map out the proportions relatively easily from there). Also agreeing with dogfood on the legs.

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    Well, I agree on the proportions, they look a little off right now.. I think the upper part of the body, starting from the waist, is too large. I did a quick overpaint and resizing on your image just to illistrate what I think looks a little wierd right now... I made the upper part of the body a little smaller, and then resized the head a little bit more. Hope you dont mind.

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    Thanks I guess, I can't actually find her head too big myself and fixing it makes her look wonky. Not sure I understand it by looking at the work up there but thx... I'll try one more time, cause I had to run off quickly.

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    Other one to work on. very quick but it's a vamp :p.

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    The body of the first one is very Dita Von Teeseian.

    Just an observation.

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    Wow never heard of her, she's hot. haha, thx for mentioning!!

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    More work on last one, lik eit because the less is more seems to work in this case. More contrast with less light. Yay for noobsy discoveries

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