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Oct 24, 2011 | 9:12 AM EDT
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Finally I have joined the Portal. This is my first major digital artwork. Hope will get better over time. Did it with a mouse! . My hands hurt. You guys go easy on the criticism, OK? A little advice on improvement will be kind.

P.S. BGs are hard for a 1st timer. The beach BG belongs to Jess. Check out her other works at http://memuffinismissing.



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Hey! Nice work, for several reasons:
1. You managed to make this using a mouse..!! I'd probably destroy my computer in frustration if I had to work with one these days. lol
2. This is your first major digital art submission..! You're a natural.
3. You seem to have a great sense of colour and value.
4. The composition is really nice - she's nicely framed and centered for our viewing pleasure. c:

If you're really in it for the criticism, I'd be happy to oblige! Just don't take anything I say too personally. I'm not some know-it-all artist who is aiming to sound condescending. It's all just personal opinion aimed at trying to help you. c:

1. She seems to be a little scrunched into the frame, as if you ran out of space to fit in the bottom half of her torso. It might just be the perspective, though. If you only look at the bottom half of her body, I get the feeling that you're looking down at her slightly, so her abs have been foreshortened.

2. Her breasts are a tad un-even, but it's not hugely noticeable.

3. Her left arm (the right one, from our pespective) seems to be attached to her body a with too wide of a shoulder. Her under-arm strikes me as extending downwards a little too much, and almost extends out of her breast.

4. You could add a little shading and highlights under her neck to accentuate her collar bone - in the picture here, she doesn't really have a collar bone.

5. The proportions on the face and head are nicely done. Her right hand (the one behind her head) seems to be a little off. Her wrist is a tad too thin, and you seem to be shying away from drawing her hands alltogehter.. Don't be afraid of hands! They're hard to draw, but you can really get crazy in nude pictures like these. Hands can be all kinds of suggestive.

AshGreat responds:

Thanks. I will make sure to take note of this in my new works.