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Whenever I draw female nudity, it always feels like the intention is sexual even when its not. But what about admiring the beauty of the female form? I see less and less of that around...

EDIT: Fixed her right breast and tidied up the front part of her hair.

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Nice.

How often do you draw male nudity to admire the beauty of the male form?
How about society-at-large? Maybe not *never*, but orders of magnitude less often than females. Doesn't that seem just a tiny bit suspicious? Maybe we can admit that all this use of the phrase "the beauty of the female form" in the art world *is* sexual in nature. And maybe that's not something the world needs to automatically be super ashamed of and lie to itself about. :)

ANYWAY!
The right side of her right breast does look like it attaches pretty wonky, but since it's not super cleaned up and pretty stylized it doesn't stick out much overall. Lots of stuff about this makes me think of Megara from that Disney Hercules movie - especially her hair and the colors of pretty much the whole piece. (Speaking of nude dudes, I just got a great book on tape. It's about life in Ancient Greece, and...)

sweetcommando responds:

Thanks for the review! Yeah.... I might need to fix up her breast. Thank god newgrounds lets you update drawings.

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