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    Cube's Female Anatomy

    I just did this last night. It came from Loomise's "Figure drawing for all its worth". I've been going through the whole book copying all his stuff to get a good sense of anatomy. Anyways, I started doing a value study and I figure I might as well take it all the way and paint it. I don't paint very much but I think I'm going to give this a try. Let me know what you think.

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    Not bad, good painting for first attempt anatomy is a bit off in a few places It seems very rigid blocky in places for the female form, the female form should be softer less rigid, emphasis the curves more etc If you reference that pic in Loomis' book you'll notice how he draws the male form more square and the female is softer lines more curved.

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    her arms are a little thin as well, and watch that left breast. i think a good way to make her figure look less blocky as tom pointed out is to go over it and make the rough edges look less noticable, and generally softer. the shadows are always fine, but when it comes to the muscle definition in her stomach, maybe go over it again so that its definitely there but barely.

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    I agree about it being blocky; I think a large part of it is the square shoulders; they should be more soft and rounded on a woman. Good job on the feet, but her left shin looks very thin compared to the thigh and foot.

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    Hey guys, thanks foe the feedback! I really appreciate it. These Are things I havn't noticed at all so this will be a big help to me.

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    Some Changes

    Here's some corrections I've made. They helped me out a ton but I could still do some more changes. I'll post up some more later.

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    I'm not sure but if her head was like that wouldn't her hair dangle down more?

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    Improvements

    Its been awhile but I'll repost my last touch ups on this figure. I pretty much simplified the whole thing and it naturally looked better.

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    Isn't the torso a little thin for such a huge butt and thighs?

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