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Link makes Good Girls go Bad


OH GOD it's finished.
Done and Inspired by the song Good Girls Go Bad by Cobra Starship.

Go on Zelda, take Link's taunt and go wild.

The dancefloor is a bit weird but i'm sure everything else is fine.
i hope.
Completely done on Paint, lighting effects done on Photoshop

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is it separated into boys and girls? if so, poor marth! XD

i like the faces

i like the faces , how they look shy n stuff, the lightning effect is a little screwed, especially on link...like if the roof was low or sumthin...link's pose is really dynamic and boy-ish wich is a good point, (work on the hands! i know its hard but you can do it)zeld'as hands pose is very expressive, it display some reservation, funny i saw a lot of girls in reality place their hands like that and lower their head when they are shy or embarassed :D, there is a lot of body language involved here...

Disco time

Awesome Link, looks really good, especially since its done on paint, I know how hard it can be sometimes, but nice job.


reason being is because paint is a fairly sucky program and you managed to draw a more than decent picture with it.

You should have used photoshop...

You should have used photoshop to produce a much better art than the one you currently have now. I see you certainly mastered the coloring effects but the problem is your lines. Even though it was made in paint you should have smoothen out the lines in photoshop. Plus improving your craftsmanship will help as well. Nice art by the way.

tiffunee responds:

You're right, however i started this entire thing with paint, and i only used photoshop for the lighting effects.
...as for the smoothing lines, i'm either too lazy to do that or not really sure how.

Credits & Info

4.37 / 5.00

Oct 17, 2009
11:37 PM EDT
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