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Lilith - Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth

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Drew Lilith from the Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth. Mick was livestreaming the other day so I wanted to draw her.

She's from a pretty recent expansion of the game that came out on Oct 30th I think?
Either way, I don't know a lot about the game. Just loved the idea and saw a bunch of friends playing it.

Hope you guys like it!

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shouldn't the bandage lay around the head instead of the hair? the blood looks very thick.. just like jelly. looks more like red slime than blood. her boob could be a little lower on her chest. she doesn't have a waist. is there a reason why one of her hands is in lighter grey? overall a beautiful little piece of art :)



I really love this! The colours you used look great, the red highlights make me curious to see what is casting the light onto her.
I can't really tell if she's lying on the floor balled up or if she's floating in the air, which is really cool, like it adds mystery to the picture.
The only issue I'd have is that the bandage over her eyes looks like it should be tighter on the right side of her face (her right, our left) but that's only a small issue.
All in all I love this, I love Isaac and I love your work. :3



is it wierd that i could masterbate to this?


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Sabtastic responds:

Eh. I've heard of weirder. :\


Awesome work bro! Next time consider putting her companion on the picture too. But still very cool so you get a 5!


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Awesome game and awesome art. I really like the texture you added on this piece and the choice of color palette on this. :)


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