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Merida.Lvl99

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My first entry to Jazza's Challenge of the month :)

I've drawn princess Merida from Disney's Brave,
I loved the movie , she is a skilled archer and very ambitious so I can really see her grow up taking her father place.

This drawing is mostly inspired from the movie ,with a bit of a Skyrim look to it xD
I really like the result especially since it''s my first time drawing a bear o-o.

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you have a really beautiful style!!!

DeathBiscuitt responds:

thank you so much~! :)

we got a winner! this is really awesome

DeathBiscuitt responds:

thank you *~* I hope to win, though it's a first time so I'm not expecting to win ^^;

So pretty! :) Love the linework and colors, and i could instantly tell who it was! :) If i should give u any constructive critisism it would be that i would have added stronger shadows like in the hair or on the bow, but that could have been a style choice.

DeathBiscuitt responds:

thank you ~ I did try an art nouveau aesthetic so I went with strong linework and shading only some parts of the image :>

Whoa this is amazing

DeathBiscuitt responds:

Thank you :3

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May 6, 2017
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