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3.28 / 5.00

Date
01/18/2013
Category
Illustration
File Info
870 x 650 px
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199.5 kb
Tags
anime
girl
panties
shimapan

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Author Comments

So I found this shirt: http://www.jlist.com/prod uct/SHIRT-SHIMAPAN1 and this came into mind.

Reviews


trueswagg100trueswagg100

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Jan 25, 2013

Giggity :]



TheB055TheB055

Rated 4 / 5 stars Jan 20, 2013

I love her boobs



NekkoriNekkori

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Jan 18, 2013

She got nice panties

:)


MissLace responds:

That she does.


LegolaSSLegolaSS

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars Jan 18, 2013

you show potential, but your perspective is all over the place and there is a lot of things wrong with this i don't know where to start... so lets just talk about the good things...

The hair is nicely portrayed in a stylistic way with good tones (although could use with some deeper shading) and the eyes are nice as well....

if you want to try to improve i highly suggest you come over to the new grounds art forum and start a personal improvement/art thread


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MissLace responds:

Thank you for your input, and I appreciate the advice!


MOSFETMOSFET

Rated 4 / 5 stars Jan 18, 2013

The vanishing point for the girl doesn't match the vanishing point for the bed. If you look at the elbow and hips where they touch the bed, they are right next to each other. At the same time the observer is also looking down the chest. I recommend drawing a block person (I'm sure you've done perspective with simple shapes like buildings, yes?) and use it as a guide as you draw in the person.


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MissLace responds:

Thank you for your advice. That would make it much easier, straight lines are much easier to work with in perspective. I also added the background after which probably wasn't a good idea. Thanks again.