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4.10 / 5.00

Jan 26, 2011 | 2:21 PM EST
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Author Comments er/102682RNJ?feature=mhum

Characters from my new series Eternity X: In the Art of War

October and her sister Fawna chillin' out on the beaches of Memoryfields,
taking it easy!

Photoshop CS4



Rated 4 / 5 stars

I appreciate art.

But I just do not like this as much as I though I would when I saw the thumbnail.

You draw faces wonderfully but the body of this woman is not proportional and I think it throws the whole thing off.. And her tail and butt just seem not right.

I must say the water is beautiful, and the sky, although clouds are not that hard to draw.

Good job, if you practice more I think you will be great. =D

Sevens responds:

thanks for giving me an 8, but your review ain't helpful


Rated 5 / 5 stars

good art!

I really like your style and colouring is great!

I just cant understand why somebody dislikes this...

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

not sure what the tentical is all about

Great proportions on the main girl, i can sense a real structure within her. also spectacular butt.

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Sevens responds:

thanks for the comment, yeah she does workout- and that's her tail.
stylized pictures of them


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

eh...needs some work...

first thing I noticed was the face, it looks more like the face of a male anime style character, and the hair doesn't this help either. also the tail looks really awkward, I think it should start at the very end of the backbone. either way it shoulden't squirrel upward like that quickly anyway.

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Sevens responds:

thanks for checking them out oh and I checked out your work too.
thanks for you advice.... doesn't help to let you know.


Rated 4 / 5 stars


Good piece but you should work on the face of the girl in the foreground. The jawline makes her too manly for the eye to distinguish.

Sevens responds:

thanks for checking them out- hmmm didn't see that. you must be a master!
sorry that you can't distinguish that.