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PSYCHEDELIC HONEYSUCKLE

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This is a new version of an old character that I created back in 2005 called Psychedelic Honeysuckle. I've decided to make her the mascot for Flash Divas.

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http://www.flashdivas.chr iscrazyhouse.com

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I don't know if it was intentional or not, but there's actually an interesting lighting effect. It looks like we see a shadowing of a much slimmer figure actually inside the woman. It's obviously a much more desirable figure than what we have. Of course, everyone's allowed to their opinion. I remember at least the name of the cartoon this character was from. Her nipples really look huge.

I guess people didn't like this as much as your other work because it's an unfamiliar character. You do manage to make it interesting. I'm no pervert, but I think the breasts are drawn pretty nice. The shading is fairly good, if a bit forced. Psychadelic Honeysuckle sounds like the name of her hair style.



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Pros:
-Great Shading
-Colorful
-Love the background

Cons:
None


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Yummy!

I want to eat her... in more than one way. >:D


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... ^.^

OooOoO MY gOoDD really hot chick oh my ... xD


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O.

Diva. The work, very much, fits the description. The curves really fit the 70-80s definition of a Diva, really reminds me of the praportions of the Vice City chicks, or protitute/Divas. Also the freckles, do to the American porn industry, to be the "Most" admired type of porn star you need blonde hair and no facial/body "markings." The only thing that did not fit here, is the shadow on her left elbow. Just really looks out of place in terms of her other shadows. Kewdos!


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Apr 23, 2010
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