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Rose latest nude fullbody


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I drew a sketch of Rose today, this is it, completely nude besides her cap, I'm trying to get my anatomy correct...opinions?


arms and legs seem a tad bit short

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KaiTheNeko16 responds:

yeah I kinda figured as much :s but thanks for letting me know

Your anatomy is getting much better,keep up the good work.It does look a bit off,but sadly I can't put my finger on exactly what it is.Just improve at your own pace and you'll do fine. ^^
@Teplate88 I see your pointing out flaws in his drawing,but I think it would greatly help him if you gave him some tips,seeing you draw well yourself.Simply pointing out what is wrong doesn't exactly help him,I guess your giving it to him straight or voicing your view on the rough sketch.Maybe next time it would be nicer if you gave even a single helpful tip to help him improve.I don't control your actions and if this is your way of helping him improve then go head,it would just be nicer if you were a bit helpful with your opinion as he is still an artist trying to improve.

KaiTheNeko16 responds:

thank you! :D

The anatomy is NOT flawless, its pretty bad. The image itself isnt terrible to look at but the proportions are seriously ridiculous. No shading no color no background and I can still see your framework under the drawing.

the best way of made a anatomy to maintain the correct proportions is trying to fit eight heads in the body.
you can have a example with The Vitruvian Man of da vinci

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KaiTheNeko16 responds:

oh okay

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3.32 / 5.00

Feb 25, 2013
3:39 PM EST
File Info
235 x 684 px
36.2 KB

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