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  • Frontpaged July 31, 2013

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Author Comments

lol I wonder if anyone is going to bother looking at this after the stunt I pulled a few weeks ago...

For a gender bending collab on Twitter.

I picked Kratos because he's portrayed in such a rediculously masculine manner, it seemed only fitting to crank the gender dial all the way back to the opposite end. ...Not that gender is binary or anything. This just worked. haha



Rated 5 / 5 stars

...meh not bad thumbs up

Sabtastic responds:

haha thanks?


Rated 4 / 5 stars

She looks like a hotter Lucille Ball. I can't tell if that's a good thing or a bad thing. Either way, good work. Interesting concept as well.

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Sabtastic responds:

Ah, yeah kinda! o:
(had to google her but I totally see the resemblance)



Rated 5 / 5 stars

nice not only is it Sabtastic its also Bonerific

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Sabtastic responds:

lol you could even say it's... faptastic! :V
A-HAWW-HAWW .. Sorry.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I'm in love with that face of hers. Great work, great lines! The feet seem a little small, too me, and the angle viewing upon her HEAVING BREASTS is a little weird at first, but her far shoulder makes the angle sensible. (Do you see what I mean? There would have been nothin' wrong for a profile view of those tits, but seeing them from above while we're mostly seeing the side of her is a little odd.)

Again, I love the face. Great job on the hair and legs too...and hell, the tits rock, the chains rock, great job, voted five!

Sabtastic responds:

Hey thanks for the insights!
Guess I just fell victim to that damn 'escher girl' posing. lol Snappin' spines for visual appeal---

Gah I gotta start keeping an eye out for that. I know I've done it more than once.

Glad you like her face so much..! I tried this sweet little 'flipping' technique where I reversed the image to see her face from another angle-- it really helped to make things look more balanced and to work out imperfections.

That, and having a photo reference helped. xD


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

i think id prefer this image if you would mention its a trace/study of an already drawn image
especially when you go to the trouble to sign it

Sabtastic responds:

This wasn't traced... And there's nothing wrong with using references for artwork.

I'll add the reference link to the description though, thanks.