I can't take my eyes off of this one. It totally stood out due to the odd pose, but the more I look, the more intricate details you see. Especially love the attention to the background- very awesome work. I love that the artist took the photo reference and made it his own in the piece!
Nice work! nice anotomy shades and other stuff... But just like linglijing said the legg looks a bit unrealistic. I've got the feeling that the skirt is not pointing up enough. In this pic you posted [link] the skirt goes way up to the armpit, but yours stops immediatly at the hip. and it looks like this skirt points to the left instead of pointing upwards. This is just my thought. and the hip points in your drawing a little bit more to the ground than in the picture. I think that if you c Sorry if I sound like I am trying to insult you. Because this drawing is really awesome but that was a little point that got my attention. Aside from that it's totally awesome!! So keep going with these awesome drawings
Thanks for the feedback, Prehanh. I am in the habit of not drawing what I see and using photo reference as just a guide and not use it literally. I come from the Frazetta/ Marc Silvestri/ John Buscema school of drawing where we push the drawings a bit further for dramatics. The drawing does need a bit of adjusting, and I plan on doing some updates to it again soon. Thanks! [link]
as someone who can do a front extension you're right. To be able to hold this pose you have to tilt your hip and curve into your leg. Legs are heavy so you have to use your abs and arms to hold them in a full extension. Harley's hips are perfectly level and her spine is straight. So she's not engaging her muscles to pull off a full extension.
It is a really nicely done pic its just her extension that throws it off