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Original: kitty kitty, meow

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a cat girl that i was might going to be considering for a manga, but im not sure if im going to use her for that, anyway, i stole my brothers watercolors XD and this time the legs are at least more proportionate!!!

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  1. LucyXlostangelwings Apr 29, 2005

    aww... looks cuute! ~meow~ catgurls are always a good choice, people love it! ;) Must agree, it's much more proportional....better than your last work also. I see improvement so keep it up! Practise is the key to success! :D

  2. onimakura Apr 29, 2005

    why wont you people download it??? at least just make me feel better and download it

  3. mdntdragon May 01, 2005

    I agree, it is definitly an improvement over the last one. You did this in water color, right? difficult for a beginner to get good detail. try colored pencil or chalk. keep workin on it.

    Quote by onimakurawhy wont you people download it??? at least just make me feel better and download it


    because these look like practice work, not the finished product. A writer makes many rough drafts before making the final copy for publication, same here it looks like one of your rough drafts.why would you expect anyone to download less than your best effort.
    you have asked for response ans advise,that is what you are getting. Take that advise and let youre art be the better for it. dont worry about the stats just concentrate on the piece.
    sorry if that souds harsh, it wasn't meat to be. :)

  4. levezzali May 11, 2005

    hm, I agree with the guy over me, nanyway, the effort makes your doujinshi count, but you need to improve in the colouring, not it's bad, the color choices are ok, and very nice, are not getting it heavy or too faded, but the borders are like to lost around the outlines ging out and stuff, but well, If you are a begginer that's not a problem at all. And that's the truth, we who draw must do a lot of pre-production (if I might say like this) before show people the final product, and we must practice a lot to make a lot of mistakes, so then we'll be good!

    I hope I haven't make you feel sad, but as I can see reading the other coments you made a good job on the perspective this time, what shows that you are improving from the last work, as you even said, this shows that you are better, and eagering to improve! You should join a groups called Doujinshi Support Club, and I am sure they would be very nice and gentle to you there, they sure helped me a lot when I needed some advice.

    Well, I said too much, and I am deeply sorry if I made you feel bad at any time!

    (oh, btw, I downloaded it as you asked! :nya: )

    Anyway, a good work and good effort you placed into it!

    See you around and have a nice week!

  5. Minato May 15, 2005

    Do you mind if I'm harsh?

    Her lower body proportion seems fine, but her upper body needs work; the shoulders even when shrugged are too narrow, and the arms are too thin. The ears and tail don't seem to be three-dimensional, or attached to her body; pehaps you can add a part in the hair where her ears are? Speaking of the hair...it's overly simplified; try drawing the outline first, and then add in individual strands of hair. Likewise, there should be more creases in the fabric around her bust, shoulders, elbows, and crotch. It would also help if you drew the seams of the shirt and pants, as well...

  6. onimakura Jun 15, 2005

    this picture, looking back on it, sux, i need to scan another picture sooner or later

  7. unicorn2006 Retired Moderator Sep 16, 2005

    I moved this from Female scans => Doujinshi. Your hand-drawn artwork should be submitted under doujinshi. ^^

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