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    Ghostly girl

    Did this before I decided to get involved in Conceptart.org. This a character/personality design of a character I'm trying to get figured out. She likes red...

    And, um yes; she is supposed to be that pale.

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    Part of the problem for me is that her face isn't very attractive right now.
    The angles are really harsh, and the left-hand side of her face is very straight.
    It would be really easy to google some reference of a pretty face to help you out a bit.

    I think the rest is going pretty well, though I'm not too fond of the background.

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    yeah shes has a very square jaw also her skin dosnt look pale, and it looks flat. you need to define your light source.

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    I agree... she needs some cheekbones. Her pupils don't look aligned, and you need to state that her chin isn't directly attached to her neck.. a little more shadow under her bust..

    I really like her dress though, however her right leg should be slightly defined through the dress, or just add more light so the fabric would come forward more.

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    Even porcelain has shadows.

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