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Kagome by azuretan Kagome by azuretan
My first real attempt at a full-scale digital illustration. Sure, some things could be better (line thickness (variation), the actual shadows/highlights), but otherwise I think it turned out pretty good.

Drawn using CLIP STUDIO PAINT on an A4-sized canvas.
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BenNoire Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2018  Student General Artist
Really good lighting and all.
only criticism is the boobs seem to be part of the clothes rather then inside them.
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BenNoire Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2018  Student General Artist
also the ear is too high
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DarkGrievous7945 Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
The hair and the angle are definitely bothersome. Pose at least from what's visible is rather static.
There doesn't seem to be much explaining why her hair is so... blue? green?

And wow, that was kinda harsh, I usually only write super positive things with minor gripes....

Be that as it may, this still is of excellent quality and there's not all too much to complain about with your process/technique, however I do feel certain components, in this context, really aren't working well together at all. Maybe others feel different. Sorry you're probably about the only person as of yet I've actually posted more generally negative feedback to... I'm really trying not to sound mean, but I feel I must be honest, and consider this as a 'lite' critique, there are some pretty obvious improvements or changes that could be made, because as I said, it feels more like some of these elements are clashing with each other, or don't have any true meaning at all. That's just my opinion, anyways.
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azuretan Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2017
I was going for a blue-greenish (turquoise-ish) underlighting, so I pulled in a little bit of the light into the rest of her hair. The ambient lighting that I was going for also was twilight which would contribute to some of her hair colour. Shading and detail as well as the lineart probably could've been worked on further.

I probably could've curved her back a bit forward and place her arms behind her a bit although I didn't think of it at the time.

Thanks though!
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DarkGrievous7945 Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Makes sense I suppose. I'm used to her hair being so black, and in truth, colorized black hair also just bothers me cuz something is always off-putting about it. And yeah, turquoise. (which comes in a few different hues...) and yeah, probably.

Eh, that happens sometimes

Yeah. I was worried being so overly harsh, especially since I've seen...SOME individuals go overkill and justify it as "well, I'm not going to sugar-coat it" They outright BASH the artist or their work(s) or style(s) ... >.> Fine line between "not sugar-coating" and being an ass. Well, glad you appreciated and took something from that.
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azuretan Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2017
FB Like for MSN 
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DarkGrievous7945 Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Personally, I am not super-interested in facebook, especially with the amount of hostile exchanges that can occur over it. (That and how EVERYONE keeps trying to imitate them...)
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