Recently I was commissioned -- in real life -- to draw two authors for the cover of the flyer for their appearance at a local writing club. This first one stars Anne Ursu, the author of a new book by the name of Breadcrumbs. The book is a despairing tale where a lonely girl's best friend is tricked into deceiving her by a snow witch. My drawing is of Anne as the snow witch depicted in the novel -- her breath is visible due to cold atmosphere and she fashions a fur collar, which is quite popular in queens. It's my first realism, my first commission in real life, and I'm quite proud of it. Please feel free to critique anything~
I'M SO SORRY but Blazie happens to be my friend and you happen to be immature. I mean seriously,swearing on the internet at your age..tut tut Your just downright rude,learn some manners and try and perfect your art before criticising others without being constructive.
Okay, why are we talking about this again? This was a long time ago that I drew this, and I admit there are some anatomy mistakes. She could have an overbite or an underbite, but her mouth is closed, and lips protrude pretty equally, so I wouldn't worry about it, k?