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Ange from Aspen Swimsuit 2008 by RandyGreen Ange from Aspen Swimsuit 2008 by RandyGreen
Ange, a character from the Shrugged title from Aspen Comics. I posted the Aspen Matthews one, but for some reason forgot to post this one, even though it was done at the same time.

I hope you enjoy, maybe it'll bring some summertime warmth to those experiencing cold weather, Ha!
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Sol-Caninus Jan 2, 2014   Traditional Artist
Very pretty!  
But why in the world would you pass that rope-line behind her calf, have it exit tangent to the the line of her knee, and make it bold to boot, confusing it with both the edge of the inner thigh on her left leg and the insertion line of the sartorius muscle on her right leg?  

You should think about repositioning that line or removing it completely. 
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RandyGreen Jan 6, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
I see what you're saying now. I hadn't noticed it before, probably because I was working from a photo swipe and just drew what was there. Thanks.
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Sol-Caninus Jan 6, 2014   Traditional Artist
Any time.  :thumbsup:
Spotting tangents is good practice.  Too bad it's so much easier to spot them in someone else's work!  Lol.  Still - by doing that I get better at spotting them in my own.
Glad you take it the right way. :)

A good test to perform while working or after you've finished is to turn the piece upside down and look at it through squinted eyes.  This way you see mainly the value patterns.  It's one way to spot tangents made by dark/bold lines.  Another test is the postage stamp test - just reduce the picture to about 1x1 or 1x2 inches (the size of a postage stamp).  
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ParadoxDigital Jun 2, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Great work Randy... Here is a colored version [link]
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Ashkanie Sep 22, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
very beauty
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adriannauk Aug 24, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Hi ya again a fellow colorist gave me some good advice on how to make her better, so here is the revised version if you wanted to see [link] :)
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adriannauk Aug 20, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Hi ya Randy, Hope your keeping well. I colored another one of your pieces, I hope you like it :)

[link]

Lisa x
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Hello! Did some colours for this one - hope you like it :)
[link]
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spidey0318 Jun 3, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
this is absolutely beautiful! I have become an instant fan.
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