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Aged Up Adeleine


I'm probably gonna get judged for this, but I have this thing for Aged Up Adeleine for some reason. A lot of the time designs of her are just a turn on from me. I get nothing from her normal version though, but I think most would agree that's for the best. Regardless, I wanted to get into doing lineless and felt like remaking an old drawing of mine. Thought it came out super well compared to my other works. I guess my style just works well for lineless.

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Why Do You Tag This With Aged-Up?

2sin3 responds:

Coming off of other sites so I'm used to just tagging what I feel applies.

I'm here to judge you.
You really need to hit the books and study some real humans and anatomy if you want to improve.
Did you use references for this?
of real humans?
I hope so...

For one, her right leg is far too straight and that foot just looks... not good. I'm not great at drawing feet so I've got nothing in that regard.
The shading doesn't help too much especially on the left leg since it makes it look a bit flat. It should be more curved around rather than a near straight line to the calves.

Not really a fan of the shape of her head either, it's just too wide and it appears to be a box shape near the top where the hat begins. The eyes are also too close together, and also look a bit cross-eyed since they would only be that close to the center if she was looking at something on her nose. But I'm pretty sure you wanted her to be looking at the viewer.

Her neck is non existent either, you should be seeing it with this pose since she is sitting straight up looking at you. Also the way the top of her chest (Trapezius muscle) looks a bit off to since it goes down and the shoulders come up out of seemingly nowhere.

2sin3 responds:

I propped my phone camera up and took a picture of myself in that general pose. I'm not too good with feet and I will admit that the curve of her leg is pretty flat. As for the head I was trying to make some kind of balance between a more normal head but still maintaining the round, pudgy, cutesy shape of her normal head. Upon closer inspection, I can certainly see the boxiness you're talking about, will try to remedy that for future drawings.

I honestly can't see what's up with the eyes. They seem to be looking at the viewer just fine to me. Neck is nonexistant due to the fact she's meant to have her head tilted down while leaning back, so I'll have to find a way to convey that better next time. Also not really sure what you're pointing out specifically about the shoulders either.

But overall, thanks for the crit, I'll definitely try to apply this in the future. It's good to just be told upfront what's wrong with a drawing of mine than either being greeted with silence or the like. I do want to sit down and just study shit but time is pretty scarce for me, having work or college taking up my time. Art is more of a thing I'm developing on the side, but any amount of crit is appreciated, so thanks for that.

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Dec 27, 2018
2:31 AM EST
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