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ArtsyCorner Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
You seem to really appreciate drawing transformations of werewolves and of the sort, I'm curious as to why the human anatomy is so emphasized if the character is becoming more animal and less human, would it not make more sense to lower the humanistic gender parts more if you still keep the rest of their anthropomorphic stature?
It's nice to see you're trying on the anatomy but for constructive criticism you still have a way to go for that. For example, one of your transformations you made the character have a bigger stomach yet you gave it what appears to be abs. Some you have to be careful on giving muscles without making them look more meaty than strong.
Just practice looking at books and attending life drawing classes, they're pretty fun and it boosts anatomy skills dramatically.

Hope this doesn't come off as rude, just merely constructive criticism from one artist to another.
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DanteVergilLoverAR Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2014   General Artist
Everyone has different styles, so I shouldn't have to draw the "proper" way. Like I said, everyone has different styles so anatomy doesn't HAVE to be 100% accurate.
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DanteVergilLoverAR Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2014   General Artist
Thanks but I prefer to draw my own way, thank you very much :)
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ArtsyCorner Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
No problem. I was just confused because you have said plenty of times that you aren't into or "a big fan of nudity" but you've certainly drawn/emphasized plenty of it when other artists can do it in ways that it can be easily avoided so I'd thought I'd just ask. Not telling you to draw a certain way by no means at all!- I am just explaining where my viewpoint is coming from in the fact if you do not care to draw something then why do it? When someone doesn't want to draw something, chances are it won't turn out looking right especially without enough experience of drawing it in the first place. As you did say, it's your own way of drawing but it becomes a little difficult to grasp that as a viewer when you mention what you need to work on or you couldn't get the anatomy/perspective looking right. There's no 'proper' way of drawing to begin with unless you intend to make something look anatomically correct, or realistic- otherwise if not and something isn't correct, then the perceptive mind is thrown off when the eye catches something wrong and the brain can't figure out what that exactly is.
As an artist, you don't need to be afraid to hold your own critiques back- otherwise then why not go back and fix them instead of pointing them out to your viewers? Let others comment and critique as need be, be proud of your work and work on what you need to for next time :) ((This last sentence- I apologize, again partially my own viewpoint, not forcing you into doing anything, just giving professional advice. I don't think people who are commissioning you want to hear what you didn't do right. If they ask, then you can say to them)) Again, you are your own creator of art but be careful on your wording for future refs. :)
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DanteVergilLoverAR Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2014   General Artist
Thanks...The reason I have some nude art in my gallery, even though I'm not really into nudity too much is because back then, I wanted to be a video game character concept artist. And with the games they have out nowadays, there's more nudity happening and I thought that drawing some nude pics from people requesting and commissioning me would help me get used to it. It has a tiny bit but the problem now is that I changed my mind about having that career because I would rather draw what people want instead of having someone else tell me of what he/she thinks the audience wants. But, I should still try to get used to the nudity stuff since a lot of different forms of media uses it nowadays.
And yes, I do get picky about the way I draw my stuff when it comes to anatomy and perspective. The anatomy I'm not so picky about anymore (it was after I finished the one orca transformation commission that I didn't get picky anymore) but I still struggle with perspective. If I keep drawing, I will eventually get the hang of it.
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ArtsyCorner Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Ok, thank you very much for sharing your side, I sincerely appreciate it and no harm done from me- I hope. I find it fascinating to know how other artists conduct themselves which sometimes disappoints me when many don't quite understand the simple question and can't explain themselves but you certainly did. For me, there's always room to blend in with society's needs but if it is something I don't like then I won't conform to it just because other people want it or it will give me more respect and views. I wish you all the luck in the world with your future endeavors!
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DanteVergilLoverAR Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2014   General Artist
Not a problem and thanks.
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VetorHuskySamuria Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2013
sweet wereanimal art im a big fan of werewolves and other wereanimals
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DanteVergilLoverAR Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2013   General Artist
Thanks :D
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OxideTheShadow Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2012
Your art is all so wonderful because you made it!
(I felt like putting a comment down here just for the hell of it :XD:)
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