|8 Sep 2005|| Wondering child|
She she.....is more like a human... (or then again you could make your own sub race) she could be a water goddess.. or something.. ANYWHO.. VERY nice job, the shading is incredible.. Good work and keep it up!
"I'll be back"
=Peace= Jesper Cbg
replies: "Thanks! Yeah, I know. She's very much humanlike. Maybe she's a sub race as you suggested. Antway, thanks!"
|21 Jan 2007|| Patricia Faye Ulrich|
You're doing a great job with the anatomy Jesper. Keep it up. There are still a few inconsistencies but they are unimportant. I like her. Her face and head features seem a little askew, and her breasts don't seem to be spread apart enough in relation to her ribcage (just below her armpit, what is called the Latissimus Dorsi is expanded further out than what would be considered normal)
But, hey. I can't say much, because humans aren't carbon copies of each other, each one is different from the other, that's what makes us each beautiful!
But she's beautiful, nonetheless. Keep up the great shading! Jesper Cbg
replies: "Thanks for the feedback!I seem to have a problem with breasts. I have to work on that...And yes, the Latissimus Dorsi (knowledge database updated *blip*) might be a bit big. By the wat, how come you know this? Studying medicine?Thanks for inputCheers!"
|24 Apr 2007|| Patricia Faye Ulrich|
Studying medicine in a way, yes. I'm a Massage Therapist. Got to know anatomy very well to be one, at least, one that is worthwhile anyhow.
I've also learned quite a bit from anatomy by drawing myself, and when it comes to drawing human figures it's a great idea to learn the proportions of muscles and things. I suggest you get some anatomy books, they'll help!
|5 Jan 2009|| Yura Arkhangelsky|
Wow! But, i think, her hips must be bigger! Jesper Cbg
replies: "Sorry for responding two-three years late. You might be right. Looking at your art (really neat such, by the way) I think I could learn a thing or two about curves."