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4,612
Score
3.95 / 5.00

Date
05/06/2010
Category
Illustration
File Info
1000 x 1000 px
JPG
207.6 kb
Tags
moon
toon
vector
sailor

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T-rebelT-rebel

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars Nov 7, 2011

Nice work!

Awesome torso & hair. Those damn schoolgirl shirts were always the bane of my existence, so congrats on a job well done there. The coif's got a perfect "droop" to it, so that it looks light but not fake.

but those sausage legs kinda throw me... I don't know how I would have done them differently exactly, but somehow those just stick out as awkward to me. The only vague suggestions from me would be to make them a bit thinner and shorter, and to bring the knee caps a bit higher (or make the boots longer up the legs?).



sweetylulisweetyluli

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 10, 2010

This is made of

WIN SAUCE!


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kazumazkankazumazkan

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 7, 2010

chibi!

i like chibi style art and this very nice


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tigergirl234tigergirl234

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars May 7, 2010

COOL!

cool drawing i really like it but only 2 ppls saw it soooooo >->


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BizarroJoeBizarroJoe

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 7, 2010

FULL MOON POWER!!!

I love it! That cotton legs are super-charming, they remind me much of Ryusuke Mita, one of my favourite mangaka! The flocking p-tails look gorgeous, the sakura background is rad and you really nailed the eye design!
One tip about eyelashes: It's cool to match hair and eyelashes, but it looks weird with certain colours. (blondes suffer particularly...) But recently I found kind of an agreement: eyelashes look still good with a high K percentage. With 100%, it should be black, but a trace of the original color still can be noticed. If you lower the percentage of K, you can make the color stand out more. Just give it a try, I made it in my latest two illustrations and I'm really satisfied with the results!
'Till next time!


PixelCake responds:

thanks for the tips :D