Well, it wouldn't make sense for us to see a cutie mark at this angle anyway. As ever, some rather good shading here, you're good with it indeed. And your signature massive attention to the rendering of detail makes the body look very nice in terms of individual elements and their clarity. All them muscles and the unevenness of the stomach and side. The breasts seem just a bit too far apart to me even after accounting for the apparent speed of movement, but eh, it's less of a problem than vertical misalignment some make. And in any case, that face is quite beautiful indeed, and that hair is marvelous even in the smaller amount of detail it necessarily gets. Also, large wings. Large wings are good.
The energy. The flow! The Value!!! This is simply... too good.
Tell me. HOW! How are you able to draw such amazing art.
What did it took you to get to this level. How many Drawings have you drawn, scribbles made on Toiletpaper or the Web scoured for tutorials, Tips, Tricks and techniques?
Did you take classes? Do you draw like, actual people that are modeling (or landscapes ect.)?
I am a great admirer of your work and when I think about of what i wish to be able to draw, i think of your Pictures
I am drawing more regularely now and try to get at least 1-2 "30minchallenge"-Pictures in per week. Also draw commisions for people (for free atm. Don't think they are good enough to ask for money yet) and look for tips and Tutorials on the net on how to draw on PC as well on Paper.
Wow, thank you for such kind words, my friend. I can not tell you what took me to gain these skills, which I have now. Because this way of my learning is just too crazy for explain. I am painting like this because... the easiest reason in the world - because I want to be myself and I want to show it. I think you will not get your own painting style, if you would not answer the question first: who you want to be.
You would like to have the tutorials, advices, but soon it won't be enough to grow up.
Do paint, do not hurry up, think about what you exactly want to paint, then paint what you want.
Well, this is just my philosophy, maybe sounds too serious for beginner in digital painting. If you agree, it is good to you. If not, it also will be good to you. You are yourself.