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Dina by Neko-Art Dina by Neko-Art
Dina is a quiet and shy creature : )
the character belongs to me

done with watercolor. A4 size
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EmodrawV Sep 24, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Nice :)
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lancejz Jun 22, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
The artwork is fantastic, as is your norm from what I've seen here on DA.
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lancejz Jun 22, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Why does she have chains on her ankles?
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FaelysWorld Nov 4, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Impressive. The liens and colors are well executed and serve a nice design.

(why are her feet shackled, though ?)
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Neko-Art Nov 4, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
thanks ^_^

she was a slave :3
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FaelysWorld Nov 4, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You're welcome. ^^

I see. "Was" is the keyword here, I think. Anyway, it's nice to see that the character has a background, too.
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Dimenran Nov 3, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
Ух ты :) какие мягкие цвета :) меня очень травка радует с кустиком, всё до мельчайших подробностей сделанно :) а какой у тебя сканер кстати?
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Neko-Art Nov 4, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
привет : )
спасибо большое!
сканер Эпсон А4
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This is incredibly beautiful, in every way! :#1:

To start, I love the character's design. She's unique without being over-the-top or weird. The fur markings are lovely, especially on the tail, and her accessories are delightful. My favorite is the necklace, but her top is very cool, too. The shackles on her ankles, together with her subdued expression, hint at a story, so this piece overall seems to have a lot of meaning instead of just looking like a pin-up.

And I adore your coloring style! :D The finely textured detail on the character contrasts in a lovely way against the more painterly approach of the backdrop, which helps keep the focus on Dina while making the piece more well-rounded. I really admire the foliage behind her. It's awesome how it becomes more pale and less detailed with distance, adding more depth to the piece.

Overall, the professionalism and skill here are just... Incredible. I love it! :+fav: Keep up the amazing work.
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Neko-Art Nov 4, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you very much for kind words about Dina and the artwork itself. This sort of art needs a lot of time, from sketches and poses to coloring. I'd like to do more artworks like this if only I'd have much more free time (or a time-machine. Or to be a robot and need no sleeping. And having 8 arms to draw faster)))).
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