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Haruhi Suzumiya Bunny Girl

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One of my more favorite works.

Based this off a figure sitting on mah desk. Kept switching back and forth between this and paint. So it took a while. Quite a while. This was also an experiment with more than one type of shading, to see if I could make it look halfway decent. Which I like how it came out!

(I also notice that the right foot [on your left] is a bit messed up but it was the best I could do at the time)

So what do you think?

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A cute one here

So this was a cute "BUNNY-GIRL" here and she is in just the right pose too allthough some backround work could be done with some added props on this one as it was pretty bland but even a few props would do well, anyways this was a nice art piece here so nice job.

~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
some backround work could be done with some added props on this one as it was pretty blan

~X~

cute

This is a very nice picture.

I think the picture came out pretty decent. It still has minor flaws here and there but if you keep it up I'm sure you'll be making some pretty impressive things.

WOW!

This drawing is very cute! :3

As you pointed out in your description, the right foot (my left) is a lil' bit off. The only other flaw i can find is that the hair is a bit too dark and the mouth needs a bit more detail.

The eyes are fascinating! The highlights in them are very well done and the base color makes the black bunny outfit work! ^_^ Great job!

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LordViral
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Uploaded
Jul 19, 2009
8:34 PM EDT
Category
Pixel Art
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346 x 499 px
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