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Daydreams: Sitting Girl by ccangel33 Daydreams: Sitting Girl by ccangel33
yeah, another original!! ^.^ She reminds me of the girl from the movie "The Last Unicorn". I guess it's because of the long hair or something. Some parts are cut off again, but it's all good! I hope you all enjoy!
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aPod Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2005   Interface Designer
Nice drawing. :jarklarge:
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ccangel33 Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2005
^_^ thanks
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StrawberryP0cky Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2005
I think a bolder, bigger nose would be better here. She looks like an adult, but when you really look at the face, she looks so young.
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Nahayara Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2005
Me siento mas comoda opinando en español _ _ como sea... es un buen trabajo de pliegues... me refiero a la ropa, me gusta mucho ^^
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ccangel33 Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2005
mucho gracias!
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Nahayara Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2005
thanks to you ^,^
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shygurl6887 Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2005
I really admire your ability to pull off that pose. What was your inspiration behind it, though, if you don't mind my asking? I ask because it is strikingly similar to this piece. Not that you stole the pose or anything. I don't believe that's exactly possible. After all, the human form can only be situated in so many ways. Very nice job.
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ccangel33 Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2005
wow! That is the same pose! lol, well, I got the inspiration from a magazine picture. I think it was a girl for an ad about menstral cramps. ^x^ Trust me, I had no idea about this other person's artwork. That is interesting though. It's hard for me to draw (the human figure especially) without seeing a model, so I collect magazine pictures and use their pose as a guide. (I've only done it about twice so far) That's all. So I guess, really, we are both copying from someone else. ^_^
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shygurl6887 Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2005
I wouldn't be surprised if it was the same ad! That'd be kind of funny, actually. That's a really great way to learn... stuff, taking things out of mags. In the end, to produce anything on paper, you are copying, at least that's what I believe. Once you put that drawing instrument to paper, you are bringing fragments of your mind to life, and your mind is full of many memories and whatnot. So...yeh. Keep up the great work!
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ccangel33 Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2005
:) so true! Your mind draws what it has learned from observing and practicing! I am sorry if this picture caught you off guard or maybe upset you. *gomen* But, I'm glad things seem alright!
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