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I think it's very bad. I try draw a girl face very long time, and it still look very bad and on children's. I also don't like fur and wolf anatomy.
May be I will draw it again it future.

But I want to hear your rebukes
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Triboro Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012
awesome work
Julian-Jt Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2010
Могу сказать, что с лицом девушки все просто прекрасно :heart:
и с анатомией волка тоже. Шерсть, по-моему, у тебя всегда отлично выходит.
Ты молодец, ты замечательно рисуешь, рисунок вовсе не плох :hug:
goodwolf Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2010  Student Digital Artist
Nestharon Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2010   Writer
I like pictures the same as this one :)
Fluffypuppy77 Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
its well done I dont see anything wrong with this, its rather cute
proudwolf99 Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2010
I like it :)
sagethethird Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2010  Professional
try drawing her jaw a little, not a lot, rounder . the shading tough is that I think your problem is on the face. more importantl around the left eye, (the cheekbone perhaps?) and the nose (again rounder, and the cheekbone seems too highlighted, a little dimmed but not so dimmed because the nose is right next to it.)

as I've found with bones, the trick is to look at the skin, where it's pointy is where the joint "juts out" and where it's round is where muscle is. where there are ridges are usually between two muscles, so try to place your bones first. make sure your elbow (on the girl) is more of a "V" shape.

Now with drawing people standing (or hell anything) I've found it more easily done (if not seemingly counterproductive) to draw them feet up. this way, drawing the feet first and worrying about the head last, it makes you think in terms of balance. how the figure is standing rather than how the face is turned. when you've got a good looking torso and body THEN you can draw in the face that you so longed to do in the beginning. this takes practice, but trust me think of it in terms of 3d and not flattening a 3d object into a 2d image and things will start falling into place.

I'd also suggest for hair, make longer strands, and focus more on it's "form" rather than the jagged edges you'd see in fur. Fur looks fine, but juxtaposed with the hair on the woman, it looks odd because her hair kind of seems messy. not only that, it should be facing towards the ground more due to gravity.

finally don't view an image as being viewed through a camera (rather don't make your figures look as if they're posing for a photo unless that's the aim you're trying to achieve) you (and I) do that subconciously, as we are always external observers anyway (our eye being the camera) so to truly get a shot that looks as if it's natural, draw them as they'd be if they where alone. more or less, completely engaged in their immediate surroundings and paying no attention whatsoever (even perifpherally) to the camera. if you notice, it looks like the figures are somewhat not looking at eachother, kind of glancing but paying more attention to "frontwards' than would be really natural.

otherwise wonderful! The lighting is otherwise perfect, and a few minor details that's it despite my textwall, those are very minor. (just took a very uhh wordy approach to telling you what I meant haha) hope all that's the kind of critique you wanted haha! keep up the good work!
politocali Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2010   Traditional Artist
this wuts up her arm look broken her head look to big for her body and she look like she wants to headbutt the dude :no: peace out KEV
karelwolf Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2010
okay :D by the way, I really do think you need to lighten up a little when you're looking at your work, you're a remarkable artist my friend, don't let the little things stop the big things from happening :)
RebellionFighter Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2010
The setting is very beautiful but you might want to change the anatomy a little in future. The wolfs expression is warm and caring but the neck area could use a little more work. I hope this helps :)
MegaLion1978 Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2010
aaaaaaawwwwwwwwwwwwwwww sweet.......
Aaromus Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2010  Student Digital Artist
The porportions on the girl seem a bit off. But I like the lighting.
XenoFrobe Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2010  Hobbyist Writer
Maybe thicken up the girl's upper arm and add fur to the werewolf's chest. Otherwise, this is amazing. I love it, and you need to stop being so ridiculously hard on yourself. You have at least 200 times the talent of some of us.
karelwolf Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2010
Aside from the niggling aspects regarding the wolf I mentioned last time, I can't find much wrong aside from the woman's body seeming too small. Unless you intended that in order to make the wolf seem larger? Also, do you intend to do a background or do you mean to have them sort of emerging from the darkness?
ItalianDragon Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Awesome pic !
Howl-Legend Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2010
Nice job!!
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