Drop off point


I did this after a short day of work, I really felt I needed to draw something when I got home, yet I had no idea what. I'm kinda glad I didn't use a refrence on this, I've been trying to just go off things on the top of my head lately, and I've been trying a new style of construction lines for proportions. I can't say the proportion of this woman is perfect, infact there is some flaws I would of liked to fix. Also before anyone says anything, yes, I know her bust is extremely outwards but remember this is an armor chest piece so it is a bit obnoxious. :P

I had some fun doing the background and clouds. It was definitely something new I was trying out and it looks like it didn't turn out too shabby imo.

Really wish I can get some feedback on this! Thanks for viewing and let me know what you think!

Btw I got some video on drawing this from sketch lines to some color. It was a long process though so I didn't get much but going to try and get it on youtube soon.

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Ending On A Good Note!

Ignore the last 3 reviews.

I like what you've done here. The color throughout her hair is excellent and the glow of the sun resting on her upper figure, how could you have bad reviews.

100/10 if it was possible!

Zigan responds:

Thank you, much appreciated. :)

Very nice

I like how it looks, and I like the concept of the drawing as well. Good job. :]


I like the suit and the background.The posture is cool. Also nice face expression. I could imagine that these person could be a good leading charackter in some kind of games like "Dead Space" where the area is dark and bleak. Otherwise well painted. ;)



I like it :'D

Quite beautiful.

Credits & Info

3.95 / 5.00

Apr 17, 2010
1:52 AM EDT
Fine Art
File Info
700 x 900 px
824.5 KB

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