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Mia - School of the Crow


There's a Witcher Original Character / #WitcherOC bandwagon going around on Twitter right now, so I couldn't resist. Had to sneak one more drawing in for 2019.

Introducing Mia, school of the Crow.

I've been drawing Mia since I was 12, and hadn't drawn her at all this year, so here she is!

The original sketch from 2016 is up on the top right. Felt like there was a lot that needed to be fixed, so I fleshed her out a little more and tried to fix up some wonky anatomy mistakes.

Hope you like it!

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Awesome sauce! Thank you and keep at it!


they look drawn in the same year. upgraded bust is nice

It's interesting you orginal rendition was definetly more disney princess/harely quinn, and your update is more unique in the sense she looks physically capable of a good fight in terms of density, but I not 100% sure her legs physically make sense in that pose with there new size.
Overall I think both sketches look great, and encourage you to think about how weight effects posture and poise.
In the 2016 it seems like she is siting on a wall and has the left leg tucked on the wall and her right leg is dangling, where in this the 2019 he left foot is kicking her right buttox.
Physically possible, especially if floating, but not comfortable way to pose unless their weight is on their left side, as if their where lying down, but the swords look uncomfortable to lie on.
I hope this feedback is helpful, and not stressful, as you do quite well.
Thank you for making this.

Credits & Info

4.55 / 5.00

Dec 31, 2019
7:00 PM EST
File Info
915 x 1024 px
133 KB

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