- You've done a good job af capturing the bony-ness of her hips and knees, and the sweet nature of the girl, but I am slighlt concerned about the lack of individual toes on her feet. If you'd done the hands the same way, it wouldn't matter so much - best to keep an consitancey about the style.
- That's a strange, but cool interpretation. Funny how just a couple of alterations or additions can change a sweet pose into something sinister looking.
- A very good rendering of her tootsies, and that's no easy feat
. I would suggest that, although it is very accurate to what appears in the reference, drawing every wrinkle and bump does tend to make feet (and hands too) less "feminine".
- Those inkwashes are really coming along. A good variety of tones here. The more "sultry" look you've given the girl works well too.
- Excellent distortions and exaggerations and a beautifully rendered piece.
- You've gotten the pose right, and I like the faraway look in her eyes, but she seems to get more out of proportion as we get lower on the picture. Be careful to get your proprtions right before you go too far into your drawing.
- Your first one is probably the most difficult of the reference poses to get right, and you have pulled it off, with one little reservation - you've used stronger lines to define the outlines of the main body parts, with the exception of ner neck, which does give slightly the impression that her head isn't attached to her body. Your second one doesn't have this problem, and so I think is the stronger of the two drawings.
- I already commented on this, but I have to say again how stunningly good it is. I am in awe, Matt.
- A beautiful job, Adam, and those colours - she just seems to glow.
My effort. I changed the position of her left arm, because I thought the pose looked odd (even though it was natural) - unfortunately, I screwed up and made her new left arm too short in comparison with her right (which is probably a bit too long anyway). Oh, well