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Full artwork of Takara Sakura by NazoChronicles9000 Full artwork of Takara Sakura by NazoChronicles9000
She was based off a girl in my school. She is Pride's sister. She meets Nazo and he helps her escape Dearutka. She is 18 years old.
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this is agreat character. it's very original and misuzu really likes the hair and face. anatomically, there are a few errors.the little, well let's call it a "v" is too sharp looking and looks kinda pointless right there- how it's just one continuous line instead of showing depth. also, it's either way too high or the arms are way too low. your wrists are at the level of your crotch. i don't think her boobs shouldn't be so large and close to each other unless there's some invisible force holding them... together. there should be a little cleavage, don't you think? otherwise, this is wonderful!
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Mawly-Maws Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
I REALLY hope the girl you based this on doesn't dress like this. It really looks like... "things" would pop out if she as much as walked down some stairs D:
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misobelers Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
If someone would dress like that as a casual attire, I hope it goes down in history.
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NazoChronicles9000 Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
She doesn't dress like this. No one can dress like this.
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Mawly-Maws Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
Ain't that a shame :(
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SpaceInvader42359 Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2013
Just some advice:
When you take a picture of one of you drawings, try to hold the camera directly above the picture as much as possible, so it doesn't come out at an angle.
With almost any picture-viewing application, such as Preview, you can select the part of the picture that you want and copy-paste it into a new image so that you just see the picture, the.
If you have access to Photoshop (Most school library computers have Photoshop, you might want to try that.) you can open the image on Photoshop to touch it up a little. If you go to Image>Adjustments>Brightness/Contrast, you can adjust the brightness and contrast of the picture, so it looks less like a photograph of a picture and more like just the picture itself. This works very well.
(All of this will also make it easier to read the words in your comics.)
I'm just giving you this advice because all of your drawings are really good, and I think that they will look even better if you adjust them a bit on the computer. (Wish I could draw that well.) :D
If you think this is a good idea, but I confused you, I will answer any questions.
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