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Matron of the Golden Grain by Scarecrowlover Matron of the Golden Grain by Scarecrowlover
Yet another non-important character in my book. Yes... I think I will only ever post drawing of non-important characters because I am paranoid.

This is Morala.
She is the matron of the best brothel in the worst part of town which I guess makes it a relatively average brother overall? Oh, I dont know.

Was gonna leave it in black and white, but added the random pink just for the sake of putting a bit of color in my life.
Feedback would be nice. Im still practicing and have absolutely no idea of what Im doing...
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I like that the color scheme is simple and easy on the eyes. The pouty, slightly parted lips gives her the seductive look. Her eyes are very pretty as well!

However, I think that she could be adorned in more jewelry and more elaborated make-up... since she's after all the madame of the best brothel in town. She looks like the girl working at the brothel rather than running it. A little bit of flamboyance wouldn't hurt. ;)

The fingers of the hand on her hip seems rather odd. Just like claws. But then again, I'm being nitpicky. It's a critique, after all.

Overall, I think you did a great job. I like the fact that she's a little pudgy - different from the typical tweedy-looking madames usually depicted in the media.
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Whell first think that i think that looks amazing on her picture is her body .I realy like it that you made her curvy and able to make great cloths witch wraps her body so whell. I also like that you can see that she aged and her body my not be as firm as it was before yet she still has charms. Now on to the bad sides i think that you could done much better job on hands and fingers aldo to me as whell figers are among worser things to draw. Second i feel that her cloths could have had a bit more folds but i guess it might be that kind cloths witch is thigther. And last that arm look bit weard . But alll in all great drawing and i hope it will get more love sinse this work is trull amazing
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Azeila Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I have the habit of drawing my unimportant characters as well! They're so fun and really they do bring the story all together you know? :D
Anyway, I love her design! It's always fun to see an overweight OC in people's galleries. You draw her curves wonderfully! Keep up the great work! :love:
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Scarecrowlover Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Thank you so much. I often see too many characters that are perfect and skinny. I adore Morala because she's sassy and is proud to show off her rolls, as should anyone who is a bit heavier.
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Azeila Featured By Owner May 13, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That's wonderful! :love:
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Scarecrowlover Featured By Owner May 13, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Thank you so much ^^
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Bluejotain Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013
She looks really nice, and I like her pose, really shows off those curves.
Her outfit is really great too.
Background coloring is good too.
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Scarecrowlover Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Thank you :D
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xXMarie-DeLa-MortXx Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
So, I'm going to try to give some constructive criticism.

At first glance, it looks almost like her butt is halfway up her spine, it looks kind of unnatural. I would definitely recommend practicing anatomy a bit more, it's a piece of advice I get all the time, and it's a great piece of advice. I think you've got an amazing headstart, and if you already practice, you're doing really well.

The other things that jump out at me, is the pink. It looks great, and I don't think the piece would be complete without it. Other than that, you've done an amazing job at putting this woman to paper. Keep at it!
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Scarecrowlover Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Thank you ^^. Well, it's definitely is not meant to be anatomically accurate. It's this style I developed that is stylized. A bit like cartooning, but less abstract. But I agree, a study of anatomy will definitely help me out when I draw more realistic pieces. I suppose as for this piece I should probably make it more stylized so people don't confuse it as an attempt at realism.
Thank you. :aww:
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xXMarie-DeLa-MortXx Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
No problem. Even with cartooning, I find that a quick anatomy lesson helps out tons, though I can definitely appreciate stylized work for what it is, and this piece is wonderful. :)
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Scarecrowlover Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Once I have time I plan on taking some live anatomy classes. For now I only use books by Leonardo da Vinci, his anatomy journals and some other professional books. I think I've gotten to the point where I need some live models.
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