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Author Comments

Commission for a Deviant Known as... "ImaGirl" hmm....
Anyway, This was a very experimental piece for me (except for those hans ew)

What do you think of her?


bend over I'l put on smile on your face

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For an experimental piece I like it. the colors seem to fit the color scheme you chose and the light hits pretty alright.
Though some bits of the clothes seem off but it might just be me since i'm tired.
4.5 stars! :D keep it up I love your art bud!!

wow. I like those thighs

SignHerePlease responds:

SHe's adorable

I hate that look on her face. Shes not looking at me, but I can feel eyes looking past my skin, and into my very soul. Is she scared? Scared of me? Of who I am, or what I might think of her?

Why does she look so scared? I wont hurt her, I wouldnt. I would love her, and gently hold her until she knows she can feel safe in my arms. I would kiss her and tell her, that Im there for her. Im hers and hers alone. Im hers.

What the cunt did I just write? Damn it, your drawings are starting to get to me. Or, am I.........

The anatomy is off. seriously off. her waist and mid riff...eek, the legs dont match her boobs or her tiny waste, it's disproportionate. Other than that, eyes are good if slightly too .. shaped, face needs work but the nose and the colour scheme is gr8!! shoulders and the folds on the dress there and on the shoulders is meh but over all it's nice, keep working hard!

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Credits & Info

4.14 / 5.00

Sep 10, 2012 | 8:19 AM EDT
File Info
900 x 1284 px
312.7 kb

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