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Steven Universe: Fusions 1 (about 2015)

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I actually have this one made as a print, i'm honestly still pretty fond of it, so obvs, here it is.

I like fusions and ladies with many many arms. (there's a part 2 as well )

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Where to begin? The line work is just great. Completely clean, and the weight is consistent. The shading is real good. Like, god damn gorgeous. And those hands? I personally struggle with anatomy pretty bad, but damn, you make it look easy. 10 unique hands, each with their own shading, and each of the arms connecting them look connected. Congrats, seriously, it looks great.

The scale is something else too. Looking at this, you can tell the sizes of each character, and just how large they are. Like, talk about giant women. The only thing is saw that was off was the shape of the pearl on Opal is a touch stretched, but even then, you can only catch it if you're looking for it. All in all, real good. You should definitely be proud of this one.

Love the color

So you have some really nice "USE-OF-COLOR" the purples and greens really came alive here with this one, maune some added shine in different view points like the top of hands just a small idea, but overall this was a nice creation here on this one hope to see more of your work sometime soon.

~~SUGGESTED IDEAS~~
Some added shine.

~X~

deez handz

where is sardonyx?

Unusualjuggernaut responds:

In part two, I'm slowly posting up my stuff, since i'm new here and have a lot I want to share :>

All I wanna do, is see you turn into, a giant woman, a giant woman!

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