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3,556
Score
3.86 / 5.00

Date
07/21/2010
Category
Other
File Info
734 x 1128 px
JPG
53.6 kb
Tags
alien
practice
girl
anatomy

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Author Comments

Just some anatomical practice. Saw a pose, wanted to do it. Loosely based off of Clive Barker's Lucidique character.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars Dec 22, 2010

"m"?!

an okay model, no idea why it would be rated 'm' tho. the pose is okay but you need to work on the positioning and size differences in the thing (for lack of a better word) like maybe the breasts sort of weighted appearance, in this which shows no presence of any organs, male or otherwise, but is striking a femimine pose.

if you wanted to make it an anatomical reference, dont skimp, i mean it`s 'm' already, what are you censoring? this figure (male or female) needs things to reference to see it`s gender, not just small things like pose or hair length.
don`t try to make this another one of those faptastic pics, where everyone has larger than life breasts, but just enough so that it seems figure-esque, real, if you will. i await more of these anatomy pictures. dont dissappoint me.


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Pasturn responds:

It's rated mature because her ass is showing. I guess you're right though, that is a bit extreme. I keep forgetting this place isn't deviantart.

Thank you for your honest and actually helpful opinion, it's rare I get feedback like that. I'll take your words into consideration. Though on the note of identifying gender, I would like to point out that this thing isn't exactly human, nor is it any particular specific character. There wasn't any serious effort put into conveying gender. You're right about anatomical practice though, if it were serious I would have tried to make an effort to show something to convey one or the other rather then just a blurred line of ambiguity.

Again, much appreciated.