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Jul 29, 2012 | 4:49 AM EDT
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800 x 504 px
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ralph
jr
nixon

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"Goodbye..." was the last thing she said, and never looked back...

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MansellMansell

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I am becoming a big fan of your pen work.
Brilliant line work as usual and a good, powerful choice of image, less is more.



AbissLakeAbissLake

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Knowing your story about "her"... this picture make me feel really sad.
It's a shame that you get friendzoned and your emotions are really strongly recorded in this drawing...
But hey, don't worry, sometimes love make this kind of... scars on your heart.
Anyway... good job, and i hope than you feel better.



InsertFunnyUserNameInsertFunnyUserName

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I like the scribble style. I think it fits the mood of the drawing well, and also, it just looks cool. You picked a good color, too.

I love how there's so much motion. The position of the hand, the form of the fabric, and the flowers around the wrist all contribute to this. The fabric is light and flowing, and the fact that it looks torn helps add to the mood. How the entire drawing forms an arc across the page makes for a strong composition, which compensates for the lack of background. In fact, I think it was a wise choice to not add a background as it would have taken attention away from the main objects.

The anatomy is all good, except for the base of the thumb, which looks too round and bulgy. My own other criticism isn't really a criticism, but more of a suggestion, and that is that I think direct, angled lighting as opposed to the diffused lighting you have now would fit the drawing better.



FallOutFoxFallOutFox

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Good drawing.