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Cyona C1


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This is a refrenced picture I was working on lastnight but didn't quite finish, so I decided to do so today after work. No description on the character yet but I would actually like to use her for something... and yes, that is a mohawk. =P Infact I've grown to really liking women with mowawks, kind of a turn on for me I guess. o_o

I want to do a full concept of her in some sort of clothing attire, I just... must... work up enough... motivation -_O;


wow, so beautiful...

strange that i spent more time looking at the tattoo on her ar, then anything else. i love what you did with the background, it looks so cool. i applaud to your artistry.

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It brings up a memory!

Alright, first of all, you scared the crap out of me! Apart of the mohawk she looks almost exactly as one of my best friends! (yes i know my best friend is a girl!) The look in her eyes is one I always recognize. So I suppose that she is thinking/feeling about the future, she thinks "where am i now? and where do i want to go?" those are questions who can drive people mad, especially in my country! she thinks who she has met, who she knows now, and who will she know in the future. She is probably going to set a major step in life. Go somewhere new, new school, house or work. Into a slight insecure future. but a bright one. Hence the light, and her back towards the past. There we are, the past. You know, history is something that has always inspired me, in my art, my work and in my interests in people. She went through a tough time. But she hasn't lost hope, because a major part of our future is always that little bit of hope. For a brighter tomorrow. But lets not forget the present! Witch is what I think very well illustrated in her body art. The tattoo on her arm and face. They show people who she is, because that is what a tattoo does.

So.. body pose is right to! But she misses a hand, though it doesn't disturb. It actually adds a sense of mystery. There is only one thing: her ribcage or how you call it, I think it's a bit too short, causing her lungs to decrease in size and be out of breath in just 100 yards! :P

I rarely give tens, but you deserved it, because of the emotional layer of this artwork!


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Hey, I just wanted to say how amazing I think this image is... not only is it aesthetically pleasing on the eye, but the backstory behind it is alluring and thought-provoking. I have been seriously contemplating writing and illustrating a graphic novel, and having been looking at different art styles for inspiration, your work has struck me as very beautiful. The body is proportional, and as a lover of drawing the female body, I have to say your work is perfect proportionally. I hate seeing, especially in graphic novels, overly-proportioned breasts drawn by men who believe that every female should be objects for sex (as you might tell, I am a female who is heavily interested in gender and values). However, I also do enjoy drawing the female body, and I find breasts to be difficult to draw proportionately and realistically. Yes, I know I'm blabbing on, but I think your drawing is very inspirational for my own work - the shading, the proportions, the techniques and details you've added to create hidden meaning... In conclusion, I'm giving you a 10/10 simply for the fact that you've drawn a topless girl for more meaning than just sex.

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Zigan responds:

Thank you, I agree 100% and I wish you luck on your novel. I'm working on something of the sort as well. >_<


This is amazing work showing grace power and beauty this is wonderful well that's all i have to say.

i want to marry her

i want to marry her.

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4.70 / 5.00

May 6, 2010
9:51 PM EDT
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800 x 900 px
599.8 KB

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