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Big pic ~_~
What'cha think?

Edit: Lineart up.
 
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Honestly, I think it's just fantastic. Very well done. But just wait until I finish mine :D

I can't praise this drawing enough. Minagi at her finest.
 

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great!! very nicly done!!

good job ryoko :)
 
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not bad ryoko, just round off the hips a bit, her left (on our right) hand could be a bit thinner in the fingers, but its fine, other then that, its good, nice job :p
 

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Nice, Very great
 
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Uploaded to own host now.

Cg'ed version. Shrank it some too =]
 
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Awesome CG job. Really brings life to the picture. Made a fantastic picture even better.
 
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holy! Ryoko, once again you made another eye candy cute drawing, me likes alot.

i think this is your best yet.
keep up the awesome work!! ;D
 
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Hey people! There is a cg here now ~_~
 
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I use a reference picture for all my art unless I state otherwise.
 
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Good work as always :)
Rare to see something without Ryoko in it too ^_^

Also
/me gives Ryoko a get well hug :)
 
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First off I have to say that I'm not the best artist by any means, so my opinion is just that, my opinion. But since you asked...

Overall I think you've done a good job. There are some things to work on. Your linework needs some discipline, I think. If it's supposed to look like a sketch, leave in the guidelines and keep it sketchy. If it's supposed to look like linework, ink those suckers or clean up the curves. There are a few things you can do when scanning in Photoshop that will clean the lines up for you. Check out Polykarbon's website for a quick overview. I always say that doing it the manual way first is better though, gives you a certain perspective when you have the shortcuts. There's really no easy way to just do it, practice is the only means to the end. Always practice.

One more thing, aspiring to somebody elses style is a great way to get started, and to learn new techniques and ideas. I myself am studying a lot of Yoji Shinkawa's stuff now. Ideally though, you want to be able to do you're own work. Don't pigeonhole yourself as a guy who draws Ryoko exactly as the original. That's great as a start, but don't let that be your barrier. Learn how to assemble Ryoko visually out of basic shapes: like an architect builds a structure, start simple and flesh it out. Ideally with some practice, you won't need that reference picture. And beyond that, you can create something that has no reference at all, that is to say: unique.
 
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well in my eyes it´s fine as it is =)
Go Ryoko Go
 
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yes it owns to level of ownage i ahvnt seen sence the word ownage was made
 
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Great work Ryoko, as usual. :D

Wish I was arty enought to have some suggestions but I don't so I'll settle for 'as if the creators for Tenchi drew it themselves.' :)
 

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