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Done for fun, I know she's a little stiff though, when I try to produce super clean work like this they usually look stiff. Figure I might as well make her a resource if anyone wants to use her.

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nice

but her legs are too short


Hyptosis responds:

Actually I'm gonna go ahead and argue on that one, they might LOOK too short, because we're all conditioned by unrealistic art of women with long legs, which is fine, but if you check out most fine art, women's legs are a lot shorter than we want them to be. Adding some shading would probably help this issue with my piece though.


blue lipstic <3 lol

the only thing off is is how flat some of it is, could use some smoothing and curves.


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Hyptosis responds:

Yeah, you're right, thanks dude ^^


she looks as if

she's doing aerobic stretches, I could never get my right ankle and knee to do that at the same time, especially not in high-cut boots which effectively completely prevent significant ankle movement. The actual technical skill that went into the drawing is very good though, and the line quality is very refined. If there were any more gripes I would care to make, it would probably only be that the collarbone seems far too low compared to the traps and general shoulder mass, and that the bra-cum-armbands solution is ridiculously impractical unless the material is hyper-elastic (you'd end up with terrible arm mobility otherwise).


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Hyptosis
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4.18 / 5.00

Uploaded
Jun 12, 2010 | 7:15 AM EDT
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Illustration
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466 x 800 px
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200.5 kb
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