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Rad Chick




shes not that pretty but this is an incredible drawing the tattos are another thing i thought was cool the shading is great as well much better then the retard shit scribbles i do

C0nker3 responds:

i think shes really pretty ;) to each their own i suppose? Also, thanks for the kind words.

I really love the shading. This is exceptional.

I absolutely love these types of perspective pieces on newgrounds. It's a great contrast to the number of flat pop-arty piece (which I love just as much, but variety is the spice of life)

For your piece specifically, I just cant stop looking at the tatoos. And then I get that embarassment because she is staring me down like I am daft for looking at them. Very nice.

One piece of criticism -- D: -- is that I believe the background because of its meshy, washy nature. But the bike kind of looks silly being in that style while still being a foreground element. Maybe if it transitioned, or something.. I don't know. I don't think it needs to be changed any, it looks lovely as it is. I just don't believe it is really there if I focus on it. If I focus on what I am supposed to though -- the girl -- then it fits perfectly. I don't know if that is helpful, but that's what you get.

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C0nker3 responds:

thanks! your very right about the bike. haha i struggled with the surface for a while so thats why i ended up just leaving it a little more on the expressive side. But it still stands out xP thanks for the critique! much appreciated.

da... u are a genius!!!

C0nker3 responds:

:) you are too kind

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4.57 / 5.00

Jul 30, 2012
12:34 PM EDT
File Info
576 x 792 px
358.3 KB

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