Is your OC a loli, hebe or small chested adult? Given how you draw their body size a little different each time, its hard to tell.
I guess she is what they call a "neko" human/animal hybrid? Have you ever drawn humans or full anthro furry?
It's rewarding to see so much of your art posted here and to see you improve. Some very nice drawings and poses.
>>1600 >design wise she's a hybrid but canonically she's got a fully artificial (i.e. prosthetic or android) body.
Did you barrow inspiration for her design from any anime or manga?
I forgot to ask, does she have a name?
>full furry isn't my thing but i've drawn some of my friend's furry characters before
Would you mind sharing those, if possible? Curious to see.
>>1602 >Would you mind sharing those, if possible?
it wasn't recently, don't know where any of those files even are.
>does she have a name?
her name is gold
>did you borrow inspiration for her design from any anime or manga?
not in any specific way, the oldest versions (before redesigning a few times) resembled my character in tera online but after that i just made whatever changes i liked. there was one version that resembled murakumo from kancolle for a while, but that didn't last long.
the original recognizable version was a prototype character for a game i was working on several years ago, i'm still using the same general setting and characters since then
>>1791 >i put it on my sketch canvas to try to remember this time so we'll see what happens
That is a nice pic you posted there.
I like how you drew the legs, and the fabric of the skirt.
I dig those shoes you always draw her wearing, I think they have a cool design.
I really like the amount of different body poses and camera angles you draw, lots of variety from the images posted here. Nice looking body anatomy as well. You sure know your stuff.
How many years have you been drawing? Did you take any classes, or study any books or online tutorials?
i've been drawing infrequently for a very long time, but i started drawing every day about 5 or 6 years ago (the threads here go back further).
for the most part for study i'm self taught and just try to figure out anything i like that i come across, i took some basic classes as a kid but that's about all. feedback from other artists while i'm working on things has been great.
some reference books like hyper angle and sites like posemaniacs are very useful, and generally trying not to avoid things that seem difficult