100 Girls Project #001


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It feels like my drawing skills are deteriorating rather than improving as I get older. I guess itâEUTMs understandable since I donâEUTMt practice like I used to. IâEUTMve started the âEUoe100 GIRLS ProjectâEU as a way to polish up my drawing skills, as well as take them to the next level. I feel like this is something I need to tackle before I continue work on any other projects.

The plan is simply to draw 100 girls. I hope to work on a piece everyday, but most works will take more than a few days to finish. Some of these girls will be original designs, others will be fan art. Some may be referenced, while others freehanded. I will be trying out different drawing and coloring techniques as well.

Of course, I will be taking requests, so just let me know what you'd like to see.
HereâEUTMs girl #001.

This first girl is drawn and colored in my typical fashion with a simple and straightforward pose. I wanted to stay in my comfort zone for this first one. The CG was freehanded entirely in Photoshop. It took about 3 hours to do. Thanks to Yak-ika, and Obakeh from BAAU for their suggestions on giving the girl red hair and a yellow/white striped bathing suit.
Hopefully IâEUTMll go through an improvement as I work on more pieces.


Simple but good! The kind of work you'd expect from a project like this. :) Nice idea in the purpose of practicing the arts too, though seems it didn't get all that far...


A hot redhead babe

I love the details on the body and the face..except on the hair. But still..it's very good. I tried drawin' one but failed. Hope to see more. =D.

this is inspiring

keep going, and never give up

very nice

I love the details on it

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Oct 21, 2009
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