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Flower Girl


Author Comments

I was drawing this sketch and I had the idea of doing it for a friend because it reminded me of her. Not exactly for the way she looks but of how a free spirit she is. Cute, and always happy. I thought, how nice it would be to do a piece for someone who deserves so much.

And so, here it is for the lovely Ninetailedfoxdemon. Feel free do to what you wish with it.

Took about 3 hours maybe? From sketch to finished CG. Played around with the shading again using the gaussen blur. I love the way I do eyes. :3 I think they are uber pretty. Also played around with the blush and highlights for that.

Tell me what you think and what I could improve on please~! No hate messages if you can help it.


nice ^____^

simple and clean no profanity keep up the good work girl

so cute! :3

awwww, this is so adorable, I love it! :D
the only thing is her chin seems a little off, and maybe you should use darker tones for shading? but, except for that, it's very very cute! good job!

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MayleanCall responds:

I agree now that I see it on this computer. I do all my art on a seperate computer due to my tendancy to have extremely large files. There they still seemed a tad light but not as light as they do here. I need to callibrate my screen apparently.
I think I was going for the really light and flowy feeling and went to much on the light. :3
Thank you for your comment. I'll keep it in mind. The hard shadows definitely need to be darker.

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Credits & Info

3.17 / 5.00

Jul 28, 2009
1:09 PM EDT
File Info
391 x 700 px
319.5 KB

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