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There's a fun story to how this one came about! yeaaay!
OK so basically, ever since I started learning to draw, I've been terrible at drawing females. TERRIBLE. Even if I drew one that was better then the others, it still resembled a man in it's subtleties. Well, very recently I got the Compendium of the Witchblade comic series and LOVE it, which lead to me thinking, 10 years is too long to shy away from drawing something because I'm not naturally good at it.
So, I started the way I started when I first taught myself how to draw: copy. I copied heaps of the poses and pics of the females in the comic. An hour later I started to draw them without reference, then I realized my problem. I have never taken the time to learn a decent construction method of drawing females. Two hours later, I was able to draw females at the same level and confidence as the males I draw!
So, I decided to pay tribute to the comic character that helped me break out of my sexy shell! And here she is, Sara Pezzini: Witchblade.
I hope YOU guys think she looks like a chick, or else I'm screwed...