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4.30 / 5.00

Nov 24, 2013 | 2:55 AM EST
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1020 x 1320 px
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Butcherette and a freshly slain Volf creature.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

I kinda like that she doesn't seem to have much of a face besides her eyes. Even though faces are my favorite part of a girl's body, behind her eyes. Though, like Sab says, it is a tad difficult to tell what's goin' on. Is she doin' a backflip?

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AmericanRobot responds:

She's just lounging on top of the creature's corpse, but it looks more like she's just kind of floating right now. Plan to revisit this sometime and touch it up a little.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I really love how dynamic the background and everything is, but I'm gonna be honest, it took me a while to realize what was going on in this picture. There's too much visual information all at once, and not enough depth to distinguish Butcherette in foreground. Now that I know what your Butcherette character looks like, (looked at the other image before this in your gallery) it all makes sense.

I think the fact that she doesn't really have a face is what threw me.

Just an observation: If you wanted to fix this to make the image more readable, you could use thicker line weight on Butcherette and add a bit of a silhouette or cast shadow to offset her from the rest of the background.

Keep up the great artwork!

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AmericanRobot responds:

Thanks! I'll be the first to admit this picture is lacking in a proper hierarchy. I kind of convinced myself to take this pic to the extreme and sort of lost track of it the more I worked on it. I still have the working file for this so maybe I'll revisit it with some varying line widths.