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  • Vampirella

    An old piece I finally inked.

    Adrian
    http://www.graphicapparatus.blogspot.com/

  • #2
    Sexy! I'd remove the bags under her eyes. Nice inking job!

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    • #3
      Even Vampires can suffer from Anorexia apparently. Get that girl a big fat guy!

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      • #4
        I remember Vampirella as a bit more curvy. I think you were trying to show off some form on the body, but I've learned that drawing females, less is more.

        In that I would take out the inking of the ribs and maybe keep the curve of the ribcage.

        Great work though, love the hair
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        • #5
          Yeah, I think I'll go back in and do something with those ribs. I always get carried away with those. For some reason the bags under the eyes seemed appropriate(when I pencilled it like a year ago). I also need to scan it instead of copy it because the line work looks ridiculous copied instead of scanned(looks more subtle in person...not the ribs though).

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          • #6
            Reminds me of Hannibal King's artstyle.

            http://comicsketchgallery.com/sketches/sketch/3394

            http://comicsketchgallery.com/sketches/sketch/4021

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            • #7
              ribs aren't right, and they're overdone, but I dig this.

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              • #8
                I'll make some fixes when I have some time. I'll also scan it instead of copy it(all the lines gets smooshed).

                I don't see the Hannibal King similarity(never heard of him till now) but I am curious.

                Adrian
                http://www.graphicapparatus.blogspot.com/

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