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Pirate Turnabout by Frario Pirate Turnabout by Frario

Summer is drawing closer! Are you ready? :D

I wish these costumes were available in Ace Attorney 5. Sadly they were only featured in "turnabout reclaimed" in a cutscene D;

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The-Conquerors Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2014  New member Hobbyist Writer
Cute pirate girl. Love the bare midriff. ~ C
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WorldwideImage Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Cool drawing! Nice style and colors!
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ThunderWolfang Featured By Owner May 17, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Freaking awesome! :la:
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UNlikeableMegastos Featured By Owner May 14, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Just a silly comment. You need  a larger crew; the ship looks kinda empty ': |
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Miguelphantasy Featured By Owner May 14, 2014
I always adore your linework, it's very fluid and so good!
I don't really know the characters, but the setup is really cute, and I love the background!
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Lexou69 Featured By Owner May 13, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
i tell ya man i tell ya, you gotta work on your posing some more! look up tutorials and stuff

for instance in this case, the big issue (a classic one at that) is that you don't oppose flexed and contracted limbs
this means that usually, you'll have the bent arm (lets say its the right), and the opposing leg bent (the left leg), cause it's what's most natural for us humans to do since it keeps us in balance in most positions
this also means that even for a very dynamic, in-movement pose (that isn't necessarily in balance) you'll see oppsing limbs being flexed/contracted, because we simply unconsciously move that way

so yeah thats one thing to keep in mind, among the maaaannnnyyy rules and suggestions there are in character poses
ill say it again, look up posing tutorials and maybe even try to get your hands on a book called "FORCE: Dynamic life drawing for animators" which goes into a lot of detail
alternatively, there's this thing www.pinterest.com/characterdes… which is an amazing source of references for all kinds of things, so you can just look around and study the poses shown in it, notice what makes em work etc

apart from all that though your shading is fine, though i would've liked to feel a harsher sun (ie much more contrast, make the darker shades pull towards blue a little bit)

looking forward to seeing more of your stuff!
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