Snake Pooka by meeshy

Snake Pooka

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Added: Jul 10, 2002
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Snake pooka, done with a mechanical pencil, on 70 weight paper and used a vinyl eraser. No smudging on this one either.

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meeshy's picture

Actually hehe, that foot is how it looks in the picture. -nodnodnod- I always draw what I see. In this picture some of her foot is being covered up by the blankets. I stink at fabric so it does not come out how it is suppose to look. But, the actual reference the foot looks kinda wonky too Smile But, thank you!

meeshy's picture

Actually the symbols are heiroglyphics from the temple of Carnac . . . Not sure on spelling there. I went to a site that had a large picture of the walls and so I pulled the real thing down and put it on paper. Smile Though I have no idea what it means.

winonanelson's picture

Oh, also: did you make the heiroglyphs translate to anything or are they simply decorative?

winonanelson's picture

Excellent pose and great idea, but down at the bottom of this picture the execution's a little lacking... With the realistic shape of the face, hair, and shoulder, the half-hearted foot really doesn't match the rest. I had trouble with feet until a couple months ago, when a friend pointed out that that was where my attention to proportion and detail always failed. Try not to slack off on the feet.

Art at its best.