Cute enough to stop your heart...

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Cute enough to stop your heart...

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ive seen quite a bit of improvement in your art.
you seem to be getting a good grasp on rendering and color pallets.

however at least for me this specific piece seems to lack appeal.
i feel its in the contrast between the stylized simple body and eerily detailed face...

its honestly abit creepy and not in a way i feel was intended judging by your tittle(unless it was ironic)...
if it was intended then you would only need to add some of the anatomically details you have in the face to the body as well to have it be consistent and look intentional...
if you are actually trying to make her look "cute" i would approach it by taking away some of the details such as individual eyelashes and pronounced cheekbones.

cyclops treed a fine line for i and most people... its rather difficult to make them look "cute"... i suspect its because the eyes are often the most important thing about a character....
they tend to fall in the uncanny valley because we register them as human and we expect them to look human... but idk....

this can all come to you with millage i imagine. just keep at it! :)

viqqah responds:

Thank you very much! Not everyone takes the time to give such detailed reviews so I really appreciate the time you took for this! Thank you so much for your comments and I'll keep them in mind for future drawings!! :)

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Jul 25, 2017 | 3:53 PM EDT
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