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Cursed Wombat CTS - Erica by ElsonWong Cursed Wombat CTS - Erica by ElsonWong
This is Erica - Ashworth's long lost sister (his fraternal twin actually).


Erica will play a key role in Ashworth's survival in the series despite the fact that you don't physically see her in the story a lot. Without her, there is no reason for Ashworth to live.


Also, making a character turnaround sheet, complete with character expressions on the side panel, is extremely handy to have on your side before starting out on drawing your ambitious graphic novel or comic project.


Always be ready to feel confident about the characters you're going to be drawing in the story (especially the protagonist, antagonist and other main characters important to the story) otherwise you'll slow down the process and lack motivation to move on when you're stuck on drawing a particular panel involving your characters.


So bear in mind this - make a set of character turnaround sheets before embarking on your next graphic novel/comic project. There is no rush to get straight into the meat of the project without some preparation firsthand. *thumbs up*
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Lightclaws Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2012  Student Artist
I'm a big fan of your draws expecially in Grand Hunter. I just want to know a little bit about how you draw. On a paper? a tablettes?
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Elremo91 Featured By Owner May 6, 2012
cool :D
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jessyho862010 Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2012  Student Artisan Crafter
Lol
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HappyAggro Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2012
Ack, I had thought that I had sent a comment for this a long time ago, but for some reason, it didn't send? Weird.

Basically, this is a big leap forward in your understanding of character proportions. However, seeing as the backview is essentially an altered mirrored frontview (no guilt in that~), there's something that you forgot to do. The lower half of the back looks fine, but you forgot to alter the top half of the back. It looks like you essentially erased the nipples and didn't do any altercation beyond that. She needs less boobie back. And more shoulder blades! Be sure to keep that in mind for the future. :)

Still, I love her design and backstory. Keep up the good work. \o/
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AtlasVulpes Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2012   Artist
Not only that, but her kneecaps are on the back of her legs as well as the front.
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HappyAggro Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2012
Ah yeah, that too!

Just for future reference, you replied to my comment, which means it'll show up in my DevWatch only, not Elson's. If you're intending on giving future critique on a deviation, comment on the deviation directly so that the artist will receive it. :)
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ElsonWong Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
And I thought I replied to your comment 3 weeks ago! O_O;; Lol! XXD

Yes it did send through, it's just that my reply didn't go through! Bugger! X_X;;

Anyways thanks for your feedback as always HappyAggro. :D

So that means the back should have had a V shape rather than an upside-down U shape? I'll have to keep that in mind in future!

Anyways just between you and me... ;) [link]
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HappyAggro Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2012
Hahahah, this sorta thing happens.

In a sense, yes. Keep back references for humans in mind and it'll be easy to figure out from there. [link]

Ahhhh, the new site! Looks good so far!
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HappyAggro Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2012
Oh, wow! You're doing a great job in improving your anatomy work, this is definitely noticable!

However, I noticed what you did with the back view. It's mirrored from the front~ There's nothing wrong with that and it works for this sorta thing, however, you forgot an important detail...

You forgot to alter her upper back! The breast sides are still there on the back and she doesn't appear to have shoulder blades. I get why you might forget stuff like that, backs are an interesting thing to work with...my weakness with that sort of thing appears to be feet. You did well with those though for this one!
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hywo Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
that's a good tip.. gotta make myself some turn around thing sometime

she looks really great! I like this style :D

I'm looking forward to seeing more of this!
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