Tiffany Jefferson
(@TiffanyTiger)

Aria
Aria by Tiffany Jefferson (@TiffanyTiger)

This is my friends character that I drew tonight. Boredom is a butt. Well I hope Jessie likes it!!

Category:
Furry / Anthropomorphic
Rating:
Everyone
Class:
Finished Work
Submitted:
17 years and 80 days ago
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Posted: Thursday, 10 March, 2005 @ 10:30 AM

Nice angle on the head. And on the body in general, but the head is really done well, except that her right eye looks a little low. Love the detail and texture you've put into this sketch. I can see why you scanned it as large as you did, considering the detail, though I still wish it was smaller so I could see it all on the screen at once. Nice work regardless. I'd like to see this colored.

Posted: Thursday, 10 March, 2005 @ 08:21 PM

Noted. next time I scan it I will make it smaller. I didn't even think about that. ^_^ Perhaps when I ink it I will fix the eye cause that bothered me also.

Posted: Thursday, 10 March, 2005 @ 06:23 PM

I really like the anatomy, except that her left arm looks a little to thin compaired to her right. The positioning of the legs looks really good and I like how you've drawn her face.

Posted: Thursday, 10 March, 2005 @ 08:24 PM

Thank you! I did plan on fixing the arm when I inked it. Sometimes you really need somebody else to look at it before you drive yourself nutts. I'm also glad that you like the legs cause I was afraid they looked a little funny.

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