Bunny Hinata - Easter 2015
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Bunny Hinata - Easter 2015

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My submission for easter 2015. Little ahead of time, but that's because that I'm unlikely to have access to my graphical tablet during the holidays. Best wishes for you guys and gals!

Any form of feedback here would be appreciated. Thanks!

Hyuuga Hinata is Masashi Kishimoto's character.
This fanart is owned and made by me, ZelgadisGW.

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*go rule 34*


ZelgadisGW responds:

Not even close to that yet ;p


very nice ya


ZelgadisGW responds:

Thanks


Her boobs are perky but so low, it's the weirdest case of sagging I've ever seen. Breasts are generally closer to the collarbone than they are to the curve of the hip, right now it gives the weird illusion she has a really long chest. My only other nitpick would be that her arms seem really stick thin compared to the rest of her, and the pinkie is off looking. The other fingers actually look fine, weirdly enough. Actually, on that note the hip away from the camera looks a bit thin, like one hip is thick and nice looking and the other is almost not there. Also, her palm should be a little smoother and the lines should flow more, no one has an angular palm.
Other than that this is really cute, the lineart and coloring are nice and clean looking, and her expression is adorbs <3


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Thenk you very much for very helpful review :)

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Mar 31, 2015 | 3:12 AM EDT
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