Art critique and advice; beginner artists are welcome to post here; includes an oekaki. (NO FLAMES)
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Hi all, never tried a fur before, or tried female curves. So it was mostly that I focused on.(background is terrible, I know). So critisize the hell out of the character, I would like to know as many flaws as you can find :)
>>1452 Hi Thanks for the feedback! Haha, why would I have been scared away so soon? I've been around for a long time here but just not done this kind of art before, so I know how... some people.. in the fandom can be.
I'm not afraid of critizism though, I'm looking forward to hearing more. I'll make more art soon, but in the meantime I guess I can upload some of my older stuff here too.
Sketch from my latest project I'm working on. As usual, I'm trying a different pose and angle, the hardest things were the hands as I've decided not to cheat with hands anymore, and the head. Now my problem is her chest area, I want to give it a feel like she's leaning towards the viewer a bit