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2.21 / 5.00

Jan 30, 2014 | 9:03 AM EST
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this is my submission for the "CREEPY DEEPY" contest by SexyFurryGal ^^



Rated 5 / 5 stars

dat knife tho c:< <3


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I have just looked through heaps of your work man and I gotta say... I LIKE IT! you are really really talented. I am not sucking up to you either you deserve the stars and I will follow you, look forward to checking more out. I hope to see you check me out when I upload.

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SileNt-Sam responds:

thx ^^


Rated 5 / 5 stars

nice work, i like her ''silly'' expression, and it makes her look cute, at least until we look on her bloody

the body is drawn well, the legs and the waist is fine, you could work more on the shoulders area, and the hands...are not shown?
or the feet.

oh well, its a good picture, and the lack of a background is good, because this image needs the mystery.
good work, man!

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SileNt-Sam responds:

thx ^^


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Not bad but there are a few anatomy errors. The breast need to hang down no matter how perky they are, otherwise they appear to be one solid mass. Doing so create a sense of weight and volume, heck, large breasts can weigh about 10 pounds each. Also the right side of the hip is too low, I understand that her leg is out and it would cause the waist to pivot but the whole mid section need to tilt and the upper body needs to tilt to the other side to compensate for the uneven weight distribution. Also she has no collar bone.

A good practice when starting an image is to rough out the skeleton, do a figure sketch, it's important to capture the correct action of the subject first. It's important understand how each joint connect to each other and most important of all know where the spine is, If you can't tell how the spine runs down the body the entire image is lost.

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SileNt-Sam responds:

thanks a lot man :) i'll remember that next time ^^


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

that is creepy :D

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