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Bathing Bell

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4.24 / 5.00

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Nov 12, 2009 | 11:13 PM EST
Category
Illustration
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1000 x 1000 px
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99.3 kb
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girl
vector
tinkerbell
lilly

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Author Comments

for BizarroJoe since I don't like the original art trade I made for him o3o

I fail at perspective..............
........and hands ;n;
any idea on how I can fix both?

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Cool47660Cool47660

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

lame



wolfeman20wolfeman20

Rated 5 / 5 stars

lol damn disney is AWESOME

I like it kinda supa thin even her out around the belly button area but othr than that good all I know is I like your other peices but your very good always improving



JasonXXLJasonXXL

Rated 5 / 5 stars

nauty girl

all farries should be drawn gaked


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MAM259MAM259

Rated 5 / 5 stars

OOO... hot

Nice job.



Fatty-DFatty-D

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great, I have a tip or two if you want.

If you were going to go for a different perspective, I may have some advice. Personally, if I were to draw this pose from an angle where the viewer is looking down on Tinkerbell, I'd make it so her pelvis area is closest to us. Assuming you use the formula to draw humans (I don't know the damn proper jargon for it and am too lazy to look it up), but you know what I mean; Oval for the head, line for the spine, oval for the chest, and almost a half circle or oval for the pelvis area, make the pelvis the biggest shape and have the chest be smaller because it's smaller away, same goes for the cylinders for the legs, make the thighs smaller and the calves even smaller than that, same with the feet.

I'm about to head into work, but I could take this image, hop into Flash and draw the formula as I'd see it some point later tonight or later on if you so requested. Keep up the great work, though.

I'm not saying the perspective is in anyway bad, I've just been working myself recently on making extreme perspectives, ect, so I'd like to help a fellow artist learn a new trick or two.


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PixelCake responds:

Oh wow I had no idea there was a lot wrong with the perspective, I thought it was just that it looked like she was leaning too far back.
Sketching over it to show me where it's wrong would be incredibly helpful, thank you!