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  • Joseph Dredd
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    Originally posted by JT Molloy View Post
    Cool stuff! I use the golden ratio a lot myself. Many times by accident. Nice work on the horse too. Them things is hard t'draw. The eyes might be a bit big (unless that's what you're going for).

    Good call on drawing young girls developed too. That's always a pet peeve of mine.
    The horse eye caused me a lot of trouble. The more accurate I made it (using photo reference) the more cartoony it looked. Life imitates art?

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  • JT Molloy
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    Cool stuff! I use the golden ratio a lot myself. Many times by accident. Nice work on the horse too. Them things is hard t'draw. The eyes might be a bit big (unless that's what you're going for).

    Good call on drawing young girls developed too. That's always a pet peeve of mine.

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  • Joseph Dredd
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    Entry for First Comics art competition

    Tangents, tangents everywhere. I could not escape them.



    Lately I've been playing with different types of composition. For this one I tried the golden ratio spiral:



    Looking at the other entries on Digital Webbing, it looks like the majority of people forgot to draw her as a 10-year-old girl. Either too big, too buff or too adolescent (tits and ass everywhere). Even the character sheet First provided for the contest has the girl more sexually developed than a ten-year-old child.

    I went with a manga look because that's the best way to draw children, imo. Now to cross my fingers and wait.

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