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    fat venus

    hi guys i was planning to make a fat version of botticelis venu´s and i need all the help i can get here is some study sketches so far

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    It IS kinda comical, Im not sure what else to make of it right now

    haha!

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    Her head is too big.

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    I would reccomend you do some accurate maserstudies of the original, before you try to parody it. And some studies of the way fat sits on a frame. It's interesting
    and not at all as you would think... I think you are guessing.
    and I would love to see a fat Botticelli Venus that was still beautiful
    go for it!

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    I agree with everything in chaosrock's post.
    Here's an example of what you should be aiming for (by Richard and Mark Hess)
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    thanks a lot for the reply guys, i have taken some photos of my aunt who is quite fat to have some references plus pics of the original, tonigth i will have some more detail sketches so stay tune

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    ok some more development, its tough drawing fat figures

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    head's still waaay too big
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    another try at it, i think this one is coming along better

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    Watch the neck, arms, knees and ankles. They need a bit more fat. To avoid that her boobies look fake, give her bigger nipples. Don't be afraid to draw them 'too big', in general, the bigger the boobie, the bigger the nipple is (that is for natural ones). Don't forget her ear. Her feet could be a bit smaller, drawing them a li'l smaller will make her look fatter.

    Btw, i liked the first face best. That lady looked attractive.

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    complete different aproach, i didnt like how the pictures was coming along so i change the concépt but still included the fat venus

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