Speed Drawing/Painting: Blair!
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Speed Drawing/Painting: Blair!

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First sketch of "Fate's Sketching Marathon", intended to excercise speed.

I was supposed to stop at the basic sketch... But I kinda felt like going for a full speedpaint too.

Done in a single session.

Sorry for the sloppyness and rough edges, btw. It's an excercise in speed, after all.

Fate out!

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spped drawing ? are u sure wtf this is awesome


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i would just like to note to the last guy who reviewed that the "bigger shoulder" is her waste and the shoulder is behind her hand, also great speed drawing of my personal favourite character on soul eater.


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Great, like many of your other works.
Though the right (her right) shoulder seems a bit larger, it was a speedpaint.


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The original Blair from Soul Eater was Fappable enough(And if real would likely be pretty easy to get into bed she hits on the crew enough as is) and you just made her three times as fappable(Yes just this one pic is enough you are that good that pic that is not much more then Blair's Normal random bouts of nakedness out does her appearances in the show)

also Stop beating on yourself about it being bad, your a great artist one of the better ones I've seen on NG for sure so act like one and realize how talented you truly are


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muy bueno compaƱero


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Fatelogic
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Nov 30, 2014 | 5:50 PM EST
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