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1.89 / 5.00

Date
09/28/2010
Category
Illustration
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manga
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doujinshi
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Author Comments

This is one of my second M-rated pieces on Newgrounds! Well, I think this work is a fine example of what happens when you experiment with tons of filter effects, and what happens when you have an epic mindset, like mine. I think I outdid myself on this one, and I am very very proud of the results! I had a blast working on this pic! I hope you enjoy looking at it as much and I did making it!

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Connordp10Connordp10

Rated 4 / 5 stars Sep 19, 2012

nice ( but M, really )



MajesticBobMajesticBob

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars Sep 3, 2012

Trying a more dynamic pose, not quite there but you'll get there some day. For once I actually see personality in this character. Whatever you did, do it again. Finally some emotion. The anatomy is grossly misconstrued. Small torso, Big head, Long arms. The size of the legs feet and hands are good. Well the hands could use a little improvement but not bad. On the feet though Why always the high heels? It really hurts the piece this time. The right foot looks like a stumpy extension of the leg because of the extreme heels. The background. I am so dissapointed. I had such high hopes for it. It would have been great if you had not Filtered the bajeezus out of it. It's an older piece and I notice something odd. As you improve areas that get crits you start slack in other areas. I know you hate realism but really try drawing something from a photo ref, I think it would help you keep on track with your anime in the long run. Keep trying.


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Cool47660Cool47660

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars Jul 16, 2012

only t no mature action at all


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AutobotDriftAutobotDrift

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars May 19, 2012

Pffft thats only a teen rating



DeathisawesomeDeathisawesome

Rated 4 / 5 stars Oct 17, 2011

After reading all comments....

...I guess I had to leave a real one. I don't really understand how people can hate this so damn much, or why they keep returning if they actually hate your work. The best way to make someone get worse is telling him/her "u fucking suck learn 2 draw >:(". It's sad, really....

God damn...

Now, to the art: I like it, it's not perfect, but I still like it. What I really would like to see is shadows (I know you have some, but it needs more and darker) and better light effects (thinking of the scythe now). The hair looks good, needs a lot of darker lines to give the impression of real hair though. Her left leg should be a little longer, and I think her horns should be slightly smaller. The cloth should be more affected by wind and movement, and have very much shadows to strenghten that feeling. I like the facial structure, kinda chibi feel to it, and the hands are ok. Good work on her breasts, they look nice ;)
I think you should do lineart instead of filter effects for a background, or atleast add a platform she's standing on or something similar instead of having her flying there. And have a darker background, it's the background that's standing out now, not her.

As I've seen on a few responses, you're trying to find your own style? Then I'd suggest you to stop drawing anime and try to be as realistic as possible, then drawing more cartoony after a while. Somewhere between those two you should find something that works well for you :)


DragonPunch responds:

Thank you for your advice. I will probably go back to improving on my old style. I need to start learning more action poses and things.