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For some reason I had the desire to try figure drawing without any actual reference. The character was originally going to be clothed, but after I had the proportions how I wanted them, I decided to keep the figure nude. I'm trying to become proficient in illustrating without lines, and this was a very educational exercise. If you take offense to the female form, you're a douche.

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i'd hit that booty like a rocket

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CroutonsOfDeath your a nudist?

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CroutonsOfDeath your a nudist?

Very pretty

I love this painting. Tasteful and well detailed, and I get a bit of power from the painting; she's realistic and not exaggerated, and you get a clear sense of humanity rather than simple sexual objectification. As a pair of nudists, my wife & I both like this fact.

The biggest problem I have is some things seem a little off, for some reason her eyes and nose are at a disproportionate angle to her mouth. Her feet are a little strange too, the big toe on her right foot is twice the size of the other one and seems to take up a bit too much of her right foot, and equally on the left her toes are bunched together in an awkward way.

Very good painting though.

Damn

That is pretty high quality stuff. There's only a few minor issues, like the right leg looking a little off.

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Jan 25, 2010
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