this my take on an agle I put the wings on her feet so it wouldn't be to obvious and yes she does have six arms
NICE! Her left leg is gonna cause a lot of comments, but i can see why you did it. Can you at least add a little weight to the area right below the knee on the left side so it's not so obviously curved--just a tad?
Like your take on the angel/wing thing...and the six arms are a nice touch...
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For some reason it took me several seconds to decode that this image was a human figure, but upon closer inspection it became obvious! Did this happen to anyone else?
The only thing that was hard to read for me were some of the hands, other than that, I'm not a fan of the sketchlines, but not bad overall.
My only real issue is her right leg (our left): The foreshortening is soooo not reading. You might do some studies of that position and then revisit it. Other than that, I like it a lot! We don't see enough stylization on these boards, which is why people are complaining about the curves and hands and all that. Get them over to the Drawing Board or something and their heads will explode from all the curves and warping and squash and stretch... So keep going!
its not so much the curving of the leg that bothers me its the lack of a knee cap or even some indication of the anatom at that crucial weight distribution center...
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I enjoy this stylized anatomy (suck on it you anatomy correctness freaks).
The hands are great, dynamic and fluid.