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Enigma

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A drawing made using Photoshop in college.

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Just not very good. get a scanner, or learn to edit the photos of your work before you upload them;
The image is very low resolution, you can make it bigger and it will grow to view when you click on it.

You should consider adding a background, or drawing the complete figure, otherwise this just looks like a sketch, or a scrap. And this is a place to post complete work.

you should have at least tried to draw her hands. If you are not very good at drawing hands then the only way you will get better is by practicing. and even poorly drawn hands look better then just coping her arm off. Maybe even put some more flowers to border the botom of the image so there is a reason to just end her there. at the waist and elbow.

also, and this is not to be critical, I can't understand where here other arm is. is she swinging one arm and just completely hiding the other behind her body? Again. this is not to be mean, but you need to consider these things, she just looks like she is missing pieces.

sadly you didn't do a very good job of digitizing it, I really wish you did, this looks like that it Might have looked cool, and overall it just looks like an incomplete work so I'm giving it an incomplete rating. No starts.

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Apr 8, 2010
3:10 PM EDT
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