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Author Comments

My Mascot like OC Razael Hell
More on the way.... brb


Hey! JSRF, poisonjam outfit right? Correct me if I'm wrong.

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SignHerePlease responds:

You know I love that game but no thats not even here at all lol, Now I gotta go check

first time ive seen her fully clothed love it

The way you did her hair is amazing.

Wow cool, Really like it. Good job! You're art style is really quite inspiring :D

I like the picture. It's really good and, because my artistic skills aren't even close to this, I find it hard to critique without feeling hypocritical.
~The pose of the character is good
~I like the way she is positioned on the page
~The not so subtle sig tagging actually adds to the freestyle, almost graffiti feel of the pic (I'm not sure if you were going for that, but I enjoy it)
~The creativity that went into the picture is really good.
~awesome hair
!Sexy hips!

Criticism :
~The jaw line on her is too high up giving her head a disproportional quality
~The eyes look a bit large for the face and because of the size of the rest of the body they do not have the 'anime eyes' disposition to fall back on.
~ (not really a criticism) I've noticed in a lot of your pictures (not all) your characters are without mouths. I wondering if this is just your style of if you have a problem with drawing mouths. If you do I'd suggest just brainstorming some ideas on some paper and refining them. Perhaps you might even look at artists you admire for examples.

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SignHerePlease responds:

Commits to memory

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Credits & Info

4.44 / 5.00

Sep 10, 2012
4:07 PM EDT
File Info
900 x 1325 px
208.6 KB

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