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S<3T: Okuni

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The ever awesome Raf drew up a sketch of this curvacious cheerleader for Schoolgirls Love Tentacles and I painted her up all nice and pretty so she could be made into a card.

This girl was based on Okuni of Izumo. Okuni was a shrine maiden who lived in the late 1500's. She became famous for her acting and dancing ability, particularly for her sexually charged renditions of well known religious and folk dances which she regularly performed near the riverbeds of Kyoto. She later began recruiting and training homeless women (many of whom were orphans or prostitutes) to sing, act, and dance; eventually forming a theater that would become famous for inventing the kabuki style of performance.

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my pants are in 3D. Especially the upper middle part :)


DeliciousOrange responds:

No glasses required, huh?


Amazing work dude, but I have to admit that spine looks a bit off for the girl in front. Like the proportions and perspective, I could be wrong but everything else seems to check out alright. THUMBS UP.


DeliciousOrange responds:

Raf is very experienced in pin-up artwork. Her ability to break rules of anatomy in favor of stronger graphical elements is something I think is sorely undervalued by most artists.


i wish my country had cheerleaders like that ...


DeliciousOrange responds:

Me too...


What are these proportions


DeliciousOrange responds:

Approximately 5:7 width:height


not bad


DeliciousOrange responds:

thanks

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Feb 7, 2013 | 9:11 PM EST
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