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4.07 / 5.00

Date
09/17/2013
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Fine Art
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1780 x 3042 px
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10minute figure drawing (live model), shading done later. Something is terribly wrong with the feet.

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DieZombyDieDieZombyDie

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Sep 18, 2013

Her boobs are uneven, and the left nipple is positioned way too high. If you imagine her standing or sitting straight, then her nipple is almost at the top of her boob. The other one is positioned too high as well, although, not as bad as the other one. But, they are uneven, nonetheless.
You should also be able to see a very little bit of her belly button, her arm is not covering it up entirely, but you have not drawn it in. There is nothing on her stomach, it has no texture or shaping, it is just empty, and that makes her look funny.

I love her legs, you did a great job with them and her kneecap is very realistic.
She also has a very beautiful face, I love the expression in her eyes and the way her lips are shaped. She looks like a woman who would kick ass if needed, but in this picture she is giving the "I don't give a fuck" face, and this is amazing. Her legs being crossed paired with this facial expression keeps her classy while still saying "fuck you" ha ha.

Her hair on the left side of her should have a bit more volume, because the other side has that much height it shows that she has a medium or average hair volume, and it shouldn't be so flat on the other side.

What she is sitting on, the blanket seems rushed, especially the bottom of it where it is balled up from extra length. I love the background of it though, how there is all different shading colors patched together. This is not realistic at all and it is obvious that you meant it to be that way.

Oh, her feet need more detail, give her toes at least. right now she looks like she has socks on, but there are no socks. If you penciled in a line on her leg to make her have socks, that would be quite awesome. The fact the she is naked with her expression and her legs crossed, wearing nothing but socks is a sexy idea. If she was holding a cigarette carelessly in her hand on top of that, then this picture would be perfect.

You should fix her nipples and even out her boobs, that's the only part of this picture besides her toes that really bother me, a lot. It looks creepy, ha ha.


Luciaea responds:

Wow. Thanks for taking the time to write that. I will take another look... consider your comments.. Thanks a ton.

I won't add anything since this is a figure drawing of a live model... probably better it just stays that way.


clarktc77clarktc77

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Sep 18, 2013

The shading around her breasts seems a little odd, but I really like the drawing overall. The face is stunning, and I like the natural-looking body position. The shade in the background gives the drawing nice texture, and the cloth on the table is aesthetically pleasing. Very nice piece. :)


Luciaea responds:

Thank you for the kind review :)


Clueless-queenClueless-queen

Rated 4 / 5 stars Sep 17, 2013

the shading is lovely :)


Luciaea responds:

Thanks :)


PurpleWind64PurpleWind64

Rated 4 / 5 stars Sep 17, 2013

It's good, but could be better. How 'bout takin' your time on th' next one?
Y'know, no disrespect or anythin'.


Luciaea responds:

Taking my time? What, should I bribe the model?
But no, I hear ya. Thanks for the review.


CairosCairos

Rated 4 / 5 stars Sep 17, 2013

Wow you're fast. Impressive.
But yeah, the feet are hurting this.
Some of my advice on feet when life drawing is to have the big toe prominent yet subtle and the smaller toes to be even more subtle. It's not so much of a focus on the outline of each individual toe but rather to draw feint lines to represent the gaps between them.


Luciaea responds:

Thanks for the review and advice :). I usually evade them or give them generic angles, but this was a model and I couldn't hide them anywhere... I'll try your advice next time.

I really just need to go study feet anatomy...