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Post by Declan Tribal on Aug 17, 2009 19:41:30 GMT
Hey guys, could you take a look at this young lady's form here? Not sure if it's me, but something about her hips bugs me to no end.
Also, should I add a shadow line to give her chest a bit more definition? She doesn't have boobs (being an anatomically correct lizard), but I'm not sure if it would be beneficial to give her at least some pectoral muscle to make her look more defined.
I like it how it is now, but I'll give you my opinion =3. I can't find anything wrong with her hips, though if she's wearing plate armor around her thighs (if that's what I'm seeing) , it's going to look bit disproportional to the eye to a small degree, though there's nothing wrong with that, rather, it's more realistic. I'm not sure about the shadow line on the chest though I agree with you on the definition of the pectoral muscle.
The more i look, the more the muzzle begins to look okay....try cuting it by a inch or so. for some reason i cant find myself correcting it in the pic i made. but other then the muzzkle, i hope the rest of my suggestions help!