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The Daughter of the Saint


Author Comments

This "lovely" young woman is the daughter of the saint Sanguinius. (In my story. ;))
Made with pencil only.


I see

This one has a very great concept again. the composition is great, the shapes circling her give the picture some dynamic, the way she holds her staff is great, her right arm is a bit off IMO, but it doesn't divert from the overall structure here.

The shading on her wide robe is nice, and the contrast with the background puts her really into the foreground and center of attention. The way her hair and sleeves move add to the dynamic in the picture. Also the proportions are OK here, the hands might be a tad bit too small, but really - that would be nitpicking as it doesn't affect the rest of the picture.

One thing kept bothering me though: are the two round things there her feet? If so, it seems really strange, her legs should be kind of fucked up there. I think it would be better to assume they are just underneath the robe, and not visible at all.

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Shati responds:

Yeah, those things should be her feet. After I finished, I also saw that.
Thank you for reviewing.

Credits & Info


May 14, 2010
4:08 PM EDT
Fine Art
File Info
746 x 1000 px
52.8 KB

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