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sextember day one

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the first sextember drawing that i took the time to make with love, i hope you lie it

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Hey there bud, nice drawing you got here - she's cute. A couple words of advice tho, cuz I like what you're going for here:

1. Add some weight to your lines; they're good, but can be THICC-er in some areas. Rule of thumb here is thiccer lines where the shadows are. Thiccer lines where the shadows are is gonna bump up your lines and give them a more dynamic look + the figure will pop out from the background more.

2. Light Source - unless there are 2 suns or 2 lights hitting her, you're better off having just one source of light. Otherwise, the shades, while nicely done, seem out of place. You've got good values, but the shades look a bit random. If there are indeed 2 light sources, then more highlights are needed on the edges of the figure.

3. Right leg looks too small for the body, pay attention to anatomy and size ratios when drawing in perspective in your next artwork.

4. The good stuff: hair and face are great, keep it up; both staffs are nicely done - can use more volume, but they are good; overall figure is cute and the colors are nice.

Don't change anything on this one, keep it as it is; have some of this stuff in mind for your next entry.

Keep up the good work and take care,

- HH

MOD4s responds:

I'm really glad to know that you liked the drawing, and the truth is that I neglect what the anatomy and perspective were, I will take that into account for my future works and it really looks extra thicc

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Sep 11, 2020
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