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Punk Princess


Still loved the color and definition in "Queen of Sorrow" Artwork i made, plus i dont know why i got addicted drawing tongues (hope now i dont get into vore @_@).

Well either way, did the coloring in a way i never have made, instead of darker color of the same color decided changing it into a color that could add darkness or brightness to a part, (piercing, skin,eyes,etc), the only unfortunate thing is that is almost the same color like on the other one, either way, like it.

Get ready for more monsters like this, and probably more tongues, btw it was gonna get called Lust princess, but this one seems more punk than lust.

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Punks arent demons

Ya know. Anyway, it's something fresh und worked.

Please, there's no need to feel like I'm watching anime, don't make the hair translucent so we can see her eyes. I think that we all know that having an eye under the hair doesn't make you one-eyed or a monster to the human race.

What makes her a monster to the human race is the reddish skin und daemonic features. Along with the pointy back-tail, the horns, the wings, the long blue tongue und the cross. Who the hell uses them now, anyway?

Und is a german word, not misspelling. Thank you for your acceptance of multicultural stubborness.

Uuund coming back with her.. the nose is something you haven't seem to have worked on pretty much. Anyway, good work. I will give your work an extra point for choosing the punk style for the daemonette so your worth rate for me is.. seven! Good day, Ignis portantur bless your effort.

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Mar 15, 2011
11:46 PM EDT
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