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the original little mermaid

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someone requested i do a mermaid. so i did the original ariel from disneys little mermaid.
they went for a different kid friendly approach in the end.

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Cool

Well this was cool a very "CARTOONY" vixen of sorts I could see some improved shades and depth in the color tones and such, maybe even some backrounds to improve on this as a whole.

~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
Some backround detail would be great aswell as some improved color and shade depth.

~X~

:dat sirena:

dommi-fresh responds:

dat ass

Hey, this is much better than Ariel in the movie! Only the hair doesn't seem as 'gamorous' as it does in the movie, haha. It's a bit of a mixture between mermaids and indians/natives, with the spear and belt and bracelets and stuff, much more realistic too, if a mermaid can be called realistic. Nice work!

-cd-

dommi-fresh responds:

cheers cd!

maaaaaaaaaaaan...

I envy your drawing quality...

dommi-fresh responds:

envy is a sin but i don't give a fuck cause i am not religious

Nice.

This is pretty mad. Disney should have gone along with this idea. SHe looks so much more mature but looks sad. I am guessing she lost someone at sea or something? H aha

dommi-fresh responds:

she just really wants female genitals

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