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Guardbreak Girl

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CHECK IT OUT it's a design for the mascot of Guardbreak a future project Tomamoto and I will be unleashing onto the world. I'm thinking of changing her hair I dunno we'll see. I kind of have a thing for short hair.

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This was notbad

Well this was notbad I like the style you have here it was very good work, and you have a certain style about it with some decent detail here and there makes it very fun to see whatelse you bring to the table, but based off of this it was a very nice piece of art.

~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
No need changes on a creative piece.

~X~

This girl kind of reminds me of Hinata from "Naruto". I guess it's just something with the long blue hair. She does seem a bit too distorted. It's still great to look at. The legs are probably the best in the whole thing. You do so well with colors.

You're still doing shades of blue. That's one tight butt she must have. I love how she's just staring at me. It really does show off attitude. It's not in some lame rebel way, it's just cool looking.

I really like the crazy Perspective in here, i bet you like Medabot's Animation as well
TEN OUT OF TEN, TEN OF OUT OF TEN

COOL!! I LOVE IT

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cool pic. i like the perspective. you draw depth well

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Egoraptor
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Jun 17, 2009
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