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Aqua in pain sketch by FantasyRebirth96 Aqua in pain sketch by FantasyRebirth96
After playing through Kingdom Hearts 2.8 and I just can't help but to feel bad for Aqua you know? But she still pulls through and I give her my upmost respect for pushing through. So I sketched her on her knees after a heated battle. I feel like I'm getting somewhere drawing characters in different expressions.

Aqua belongs to Kingdom Hearts/Square Enix
 Artwork belongs to Me~
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fayntcommissions Featured By Owner 20 hours ago
I thought Aqua-sama from Konosuba! XD
Though this is nicely done as well :)
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FantasyRebirth96 Featured By Owner 10 hours ago
Yeah well it's not (Those two look totally different) I care little for Konosuba to be honest.

Thank you~
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fayntcommissions Featured By Owner 9 hours ago
I meant from the title xD; anyway np!
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samuraicat70 Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Again, I mentioned it your future trunks drawing and others are also pointing the same thing. So... focus on that :D 

Anyway, the things I want to point out are the hands. It looks kinda small. Next is the lines. It seems like you're pressing to hard when you draw so try not to because the lines seems like a little bit too thick and also it'll make erasing one hell of work. Have you ever heard of line weight? If you haven't heard of it it is a line where at the start when starting your stroke, it'll look thick and at the end it'll become thin. I'm really bad at explaining so I hope this pictures explain it well enough radiantdreamer.net/wp/scanart/… . The way to do it is kinda like flicking you're pen/pencil right before you reach the end of the line or before you reach the limit of how far your wrist or arm can go. Speaking of arm, the practical way to draw is by using your arm not your wrist as you can draw much longer stroke compare to drawing with your wrist. (But I'm still drawing with my wrist though cause I'm using a really small tablet and doesn't have that much space to use an arm so.... ;P ) It's basically up to you if you want to follow the practical way or not. For me it's just a matter of personal preferences. Anyway, keep it up man!
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FantasyRebirth96 Featured By Owner 3 days ago
Thank you~ Yeah I sometimes press too hard even on sketches and I'm trying to break out of that habit...
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nytemarezero300 Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Its a good start. Definitely study up more on human anatomy. From there, it makes posturing the human body a lot easier...or at least more accurate. You're not doing bad, I drew just like this when I first started.
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FantasyRebirth96 Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2017
Thank you^^ I shall. I'm not use to doing different poses as you can see. 
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nytemarezero300 Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Every one needs to practice starting somewhere. As long as you make the effort to try and improve. Everyone else before me has given good advice so far, so I can't really say much more except listen to them.
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ViviSaphira Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2017  Student Digital Artist
hey so i'm here after reading your note
to start off, keep proportions in mind. The top of the torso is fairly large yet the width of the shoulders don't make up for it.

And make sure you stay consistent with sizes. I'm not sure if the left (left of the picture) arm is in the front or back, but its much larger than the other. I don't know if that was your intent, but if it's further towards the camera than the rest, then put some folds in her sleeve so its more clear

I also noticed that you tried to emphasize how her clothes go up her neck, but there seems to be an absence of a chin line. Aqua and the rest of the people from BBS are older so typically a slightly longer face/chin can be used to show their age.
While im on the topic, women also have a thinner neck than men. Example, if you were to compare cosplayers, regular ones and cross-dressing ones, it's easy to tell who's cross dressing by looking at their neck and shoulder build. 

So in summary for this picture, thin out the neck a bit and elongate the body starting underneath the boobs so it evens out with the rest. And keep both the arm lengths and size equal as much as you can

Other than that, the pose is fairly good and feminine, more cute than in pain. 
If someone is in pain then they would be hunched over. To help by showing the emotion on her face more, ive learned that eyebrow positioning is 95% of all emotions strangely enough. Move the eyebrows downward more, maybe have one eye slightly closed.

that's about all i got to say for this one
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FantasyRebirth96 Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2017
Thank you~ I guess she has a big neck kinda is since she has clothes on but it's skin tight so idk why I mede it....yeah...thanks for pointing that out.
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MaCia998 Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
I just read your note and I'm here to help you, as you asked me :)
I'm happy to hear that you consider me an artist from who you can learn something but I'm still not good enough xD but I'll try my best to give you my advice.
I think that you should focus on the anatomy and the proportions of the body: as I can see this girl also has a quite tough pose... All I can say is: start from easy poses! if you start from that then you can also learn how to improve the anatomy skills (you can learn about anatomy also on tutorials on internet) an then when you think you're good enough you can proceed with more difficult poses ^^
however I like the details, that's a good thing :3
keep up ^^
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FantasyRebirth96 Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2017
Thank you oh so much good person. This drawing I tried to do something fairly different you know?
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MaCia998 Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
^^ you're welcome. That's a good thing! It's good to experiment different things, just don't push yourself in drawing something too much difficult because ( I tell you for experience) you just end up feeling sad and get depressed... that's just what happens to me ahah, maybe you're different, but I recommend you to really don't be hasty, try something easy first and then try to do things that are more and more difficult: that's how you'll get exerience and you'll see your improvement! :)
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FantasyRebirth96 Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2017
YAY!!! I shall work hard^^
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MaCia998 Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
that's the spirit :)
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ari-6 Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2017  Student Artist
What the last guy said. Lots of people don't get anatomy (Hell, I still don't!) and try to pass it off as style. However life drawing isn't an option for everyone.

A few quick and easy rules to remember though. Don't draw the neck too thick, don't draw it coming out past the chin. The elbow on an arm should line up with where the navel should be and the wrist should line up with the crotch line. Hands are a tricky one but they stand out more when you draw them too small, try to draw the hand the same size as the face. When drawing female characters, the chest isn't made out of just the breasts and the curve of the breast doesn't reach to the armpit. Instead draw them like they have regular flat chests and then add breasts after.
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FantasyRebirth96 Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2017
Thank you~ Yeah...I mean I'm not apposed to learning how to draw from life but I'm happier drawing cartoons, anime etc.

I honestly wanted to draw a character in a different pose with a different expression. I'm glad I made this attempt and I'm glad to learn from the mistakes I made here.
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sparks220stars Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Your drawings look good to begin with, but something that will help you a lot is to look for anatomical references to draw, Especially start with tutorials, that can make all the difference in the world, once you understand the anatomy a little more, you will never see your illustrations in the same way, Those things help me all the time, you should never believe that you are too good to look for tutorials or references of poses or colors, And practice a lot, even in drawing classes, that's what you have to do, because nobody can teach you to see, people who fail to draw is because they can not see the subtleties, not because they have bad hand
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FantasyRebirth96 Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2017
Yes I've been looking at tutorials lately to help me draw~ Thank you for the feedback^^
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lollypop071 Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2017
It's okay blueberry muffin :hug:
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FantasyRebirth96 Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2017
:hug: Yeah~
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tachi-tachi Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2017  Professional Artist
Hands should be a bit bigger....

Keep practicing... you can do it!
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FantasyRebirth96 Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2017
Oh okay~ Thank you^^ 
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goaty0000 Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2017  Student Filmographer
Woah!
This is actually not bad.
You're really improving so much.
Here's some tip, keep using more references on human anatomy. it helps your eye judgement.
It may start out rough but in time, it will get better.
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FantasyRebirth96 Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2017
Thank you so much~ Okay I'll look into it^^
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Nakama-Raibor Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This is a nice piece, but of course, you can practice a bit
more human anatomy. It looks fine, but you can make it look better!

:D
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FantasyRebirth96 Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2017
Yeah I wanted to draw a character in a different pose for once you know? Thanks^^
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DaeofthePast Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2017  Student Digital Artist
nice work!! :3
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FantasyRebirth96 Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2017
Thanks~
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