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Mr. Z and Constantina's Resurrection by ODDITYILLUSTRATION Mr. Z and Constantina's Resurrection by ODDITYILLUSTRATION
After the explosion in Mr. Z's treehouse, and many months of dabbling in necromancy, Mr. Z makes a deal with the Ghosties in order to resurrect Constantina.
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I wanted to rate with stars :)

My Critique: I love the planking of the floor boards; however the dresser and wall with the trim would stand out more if they had been drawn with an edge. In that note, the curves of a few of the sheets of paper and the middle ghost are ... well a little off, the entire idea is wonderful!! I love it, the characters are adorable, the only problems I had were with a few of your lines and curves.

* and a hint: the teeth of the ghost (especially over the blinds) you can see the pressure of how hard you were pressing, my hint to stop that is to shade in tiny bubbles until you get the desired depth you wanted.*
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wereabouts Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
First: I really love your art, the ghosts are an awesome touch, truly adorable!!

Now then,

My Critique: I love the planking of the floor boards; however the dresser and wall with the trim would stand out more if they had been drawn with an edge. In that note, the curves of a few of the sheets of paper and the middle ghost are ... well a little off, the entire idea is wonderful!! I love it, the characters are adorable, the only problems I had were with a few of your lines and curves.

* and a hint: the teeth of the ghost (especially over the blinds) you can see the pressure of how hard you were pressing, my hint to stop that is to shade in tiny bubbles until you get the desired depth you wanted.*
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ODDITYILLUSTRATION Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Thanks a lot :)! I will keep that in mind for the next time, I really appreciate it :D
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wereabouts Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You're very Welcome ;)
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