wlister wrote:Just for the record my post was meant to be humorous. I really didn't expect Anthony to change the torso or raise the belt line. I thought the prudish commentary would be funny, but it seems to have been misinterpreted.
And as Jason suggested, as I was already planning, I am not censoring my art.
Red Bean wrote:Hi Anthony,
Anyway, I hope my comments wouldn't get misinterpreted as negative or anything, because really, your new stuffs are already masterpieces no matter what Keep drawing and I look forward to seeing more factions from you in the future.
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Red Bean wrote:Now to the actual Atlantean herself, finely drawn she is, there are a few areas I feel you can consider tinkering (though these are just my personal opinions so feel free to ignore). First of all, I don't really like the idea of drawing a figure in the middle of a torso, and leaving the areas around the body/dress gray/blank. If you look at the lego queen, for instance, you'll see that the red area around the body looks like it forms her outter coat, and that the black areas actually resemble the inside of her coat (at least it leaves room for this kind of interpretation). Maybe you can consider extending the cloak of your figure so it extends all the way to the bottom, much like the lego queen?
Formendacil wrote:No way I'm using this. There was obviously a lot of work put into this, but my figs are all reasonably modest, and not obscene. And personally, I don't think that a 'prehistorically accurate' Atlantean would have this much skin showing. At least not in those areas. Maybe overall, but with the lower reaches of the dress gone, and belly covered.
Just my thoughts.
Formendacil wrote:Do what you like. No offense is intended. I'm just saying that the values in my culture are Catholic in origin, and since it takes place in a clime similar to Alberta's, bare bellies would not be advisable. (Although on hot days like today, that theory is rather difficult to prove.)
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