Tiffany Jefferson

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Posted: Friday, 08 April, 2005 @ 08:31 AM

Very well done digital line drawing. You do have a nice grasp of form in regards to the human body. A few quibbles I have... Well, the first is not so much of a quibble as a statement: She's not staggeringly beautiful, that's for sure, as the short upturned nose and bulging mandibles give her a decidely out-there look. Now for the real quibbles: the right hand is a misshap as the thumb should be facing the other way and the fingers have a strange growth projecting from the palm near them (wich I assume is another finger). Perhaps the forearm could be a bit more foreshortened to accentuate the ballet pose she's doing now it just seem's awkwardly placed there.

Posted: Monday, 11 April, 2005 @ 07:33 AM

I probably shouldn’t respond to this because I took a look at your drawings and well, I don’t think you have much room to talk. What you think is her palm is actually the back of her hand. While I admit that her index finger should be shortened the positions are accurate. I recommend you doing a little bit more research on ballet before you talk about the pose. I on the other hand have 7 years of dance behind me so think before you comment on a person’s gallery that you don’t know. Spell check might be a good idea also.

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