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60's Pinup Turned Demon Lady

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Referenced an old 60's Pinup of Zsa Zsa Gabor in a big pinup book I bought last year -- turned her into a succubus!

Lately I've been trying to think up a good demon lady print to sell at my comic cons -- I'm drawing them like crazy to get a bunch of ideas. I might even make a calendar eventually, but this one's kind of got the look that I'm going for. I dunno.

Hope you like it! c:

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Very good demon lady

This was a very good demon lady I like the colors I like the pose and you really made a nice structure of her I think adding some smoke filled areas might give off that demon feel also but very good charchter here it was brilliant

~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
Some added smoke would be good

~X~

Classy?

Sabtastic responds:

Thanks?

I WOULD BUY A PRINT OF THIS FOR SURE!

Sabtastic responds:

Haha - sweet - well, I'm glad you like it!

If you ever sell prints of this one, I'd probably buy it. Pretty cool!

Sabtastic responds:

I'll keep that in mind Bren, thanks! P:

It's a great piece, but in my taste her horns are a bit too high (makes her temple seem oddly big) and her wing seems to be misplaced (like it's attached to her elbow). Love the colours though, and of course your style is amazing.

Sabtastic responds:

Thanks for the critique! I agree with you on the height of the horns - kinda noticed it too late in the inking process, but the wing that you see on the left side only appears to be low because there's an elbow joint that's hidden behind her arm and it's supposed to curve up, connecting to the shoulder area. It's hard to explain without drawing an example, but I see you point, too.

Thanks again!

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