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Author Comments

Something for a contest.


The art work looks very original and unique. I don't have any advice to give (because if you look at my art you obviously out class me) im very impressed with it overall

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This is very impressive! You draw cloth particularly well, and the character has great features and expression! I'd be careful with your proportions, her left arm tapers off to become a little too small, and her right arm holding the spell looks like its held in a slightly uncomfortable position, but otherwise youve done great, and have some very impressive skills with digital painting! Keep up the great work!

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MissLace responds:

Thank you for your input. I've been trying to practice my foreshortening, but i never thought about the spell casting arm. If you happen to have any advice on making more natural poses? Thanks in advance, and I'm glad you like my work! :)

Nice work, very magical. Good detail in the facial features but the legs seem to be a bit disproportiante, it almost looks like she is bowlegged.

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MissLace responds:

Thank you. If you see how her hands and torso are, she is meant to be twisting her body in her stance slightly. I was trying to go for a twisting effect and having her (viewers left) leg slightly farther back than the (viewers right), it was a problem for me though, I guess I was right thinking that it looked wrong haha. Sadly since it was for a contest I didn't have the time to fix it. Thanks again for your comment.

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Credits & Info

4.43 / 5.00

Feb 4, 2013 | 7:09 PM EST
File Info
1400 x 1740 px
1 mb

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