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    Lady Annette Colored something digitally????

    I shant waste your time by writing a long introduction that no one will read. Instaed I shall introduce to you what I wish to have corrected at this time.

    Lady Annette (Self Portrait from Her Long-Ago Memories)

    Pencil only


    Inked

    (Keep in mind, I'm not good with ink.)

    Click to Enlarge. The real images are very big.
    And being the naughty Victorian that she is, she's showing her ankle.
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    Nice inking, and the details look great.

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    My inking SUCKS, who are you kidding? lol.

    I apprciate the comment though. ^^ I'm a stickler for details. It'll be more detailed when I color it finally.

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    Eh, I like complementing people.

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    I enjoy receiving complements. ^^

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    Looks pretty good, aaaaaannnnd I don't think your inking is as bad as you seem to think it is ;D

    Keep an eye on those proportions! Right now her arms look quite a bit too long while her legs are far too short.

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    Listen to KBeauty, she's quite brilliant when it comes to this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperKasey View Post
    Looks pretty good, aaaaaannnnd I don't think your inking is as bad as you seem to think it is ;D

    Keep an eye on those proportions! Right now her arms look quite a bit too long while her legs are far too short.
    That is the dress's fault. the padding in the dress design makes her shoulder's seem higher than they actually are and the placement of the corset where it is, makes her legs look short. (this is not a dress I would recogmend to girls with long arms.) If I hadn't've done the collar as a high collar and made it a more "U" shaped collar, it would show what I'm talking about.

    I will admit, I should've given her longer legs and made it an underbust corset instead of an overbust.

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    Don't blame the dress. -You're- the artist.

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    I have to agree with Kasey on this one. The right arm (Our right) seems a bit too long. What you're saying about the dress is correct, that style of dress does elongate the arm, but that is not the case. We can see where the shoulder is, I think the error is the placement of the puff sleeves AND the shoulder. Look at a picture of a similar dress. Is the girls arm unnaturally long? Kasey's crit is still valid, and I suggest you should maybe listen to her.

    For my own crit of your drawing, I suggest for the corset instead of straight lines, use lines that work with the curves of the body. If you look at a corset, even one with lines, they are not poker straight. I really like the curled hair, you've drawn that quite well.

    Anyway, I hope I helped/cleared things up a bit. And a word of advice would be to listen when artists give you critiques, and not reply with an explanation of why the error is the way it is. An error is an error, simple as that.

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