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4.22 / 5.00

Jun 30, 2009 | 3:17 AM EDT
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550 x 700 px
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If there were more gun-toting busty redheads, the world would be a better place.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Odd like :>

Her tits should totally be bouncing right now and her guns look like they belong to an arcade game involving terrorists and me wasting twenty dollars worth of quarters on it.:P Great pic, smokin girl, im gonna masturbate now.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

very cartoon like

chunky and funky... love the colours on this even if they are outside of the lines (points to leg), im not liking the red gun as it looks like a water pistol been that bright red, her right leg is a tad odd and im pritty sure her foot shouldnt bend that way as well... overall do a neater job keep it either realistic cartoon or of the wall... try not to fall in the middle with a mix mash, other then that i rather like it... 8

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


congrats on your major drawing skills, but the folded leg is wrong, you should take a good look at it, for the rest its magnificent, in all honesty, id never be able to create such an work of art, just look at the leg, near the foot


Rated 4 / 5 stars


This is my favorite thing I've seen in the Art Portal so far. The contrasting gun colors are a nice touch.


Rated 4 / 5 stars


I'm liking the colors. The pink and the yellow. You have a fairly good understanding of human anatomy, as well. It seems, though, that you composed this without having any idea what you were going to do for the setting. I see this a lot in peoples' drawings, and that's okay. Maybe you just wanted to draw the figure and nothing more. I think she would be even more flattering if you gave her an environment to interact with instead of drawing her in a sort of pinup sort of fashion. It would be much more interesting to see somebody interacting with their environment. After all, we live in an environment too, and it would give us viewers something to relate to with the character we're viewing, instead of her interacting with pink and yellow.

I do think you should slow down in your drawing habits, too. You seem to be missing accuracy in some anatomical features, which I can't pinpoint at this time. *Something* looks off, but I don't know what. Also, her face needs to be corrected. I suggest studying real human facial features, and then come back and stylize it.

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FortressRubbish responds:

Taken into account good madam. I'll most definitely study faces as they've been giving me trouble as of late. I think I'll do some practice sessions rather than finish a polished piece of art as pinpointed practice towards something is 10X better than just combining the small amount of knowledge you have on certain anatomical features and whatnot.

Thanks for the critique, I do draw a bit hastily, so I'll work on that.