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3.54 / 5.00

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May 14, 2014 | 12:34 AM EDT
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Illustration
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1500 x 2200 px
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zelda
twilight-princess
ilia
bouncycg

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Author Comments

Here's some new art! This is a commission I've been working on for a while. This is Ilia from Twilight Princess as a gogo dancer. She's curvy looking, which is something the commissioner asked for.

Hope you like it!

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RainbowDash535RainbowDash535

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

She looks amazing and sexy way to go this is awesome


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ADR3-NADR3-N

Rated 5 / 5 stars

No idea what SileNt-Sam is talking about -- right arm is fine. Just some perspective issues with the hand. It would have looked better in relation to the arm if the fingers were behind the hip and the thumb were sort of hooked. It's hard to explain. I wish there were an option to attach a doodled demonstration of what I were trying to say, lol. But very nice work!


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BouncyCG responds:

Well, i do understand what you mean and I totally agree! Hands and BouncyCG don't get along very well, so yeah. XD

Glad you like the picture. I feel as if the image has gotten some hate just because I made the character curvy, lol.


SileNt-SamSileNt-Sam

Rated 5 / 5 stars

okay it's 6 a.m here and i'm dizzy as hell so don't mind me :P
the only thing that need some little work is her right arm , looks broke or something
other than that everything looks great :D i like the background :3


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SkilletTomSkilletTom

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Honest here, it's not that bad! Though if your going for very sexual i suggest doing this in a different art style. {Unless you're going for realism, which if it is it's fine!) Also, if you by any chance reconsider making another commission like this i suggest working more on the emphasis of the "curves"!
Otherwise, it's the bees knees in someones book!