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RED by LanWu RED by LanWu
Little Red Riding Hood
drawn 100% on computer during my free time at work

I found the (so many) flaws after finishing 90% of the picture, so, the picture is kinda messed up, zoom in, and you can see all the very rough brushes here and there
I still can't make her sit comfortably
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whitekawaiitiger Dec 8, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
this is so awesome :) great job on this ^-^
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:iconzoedow1120:
amazing! every now and again I go through a red riding hood phase
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Zozeebobs Nov 2, 2012  Student General Artist
Badass! <3
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xXBloodyYandereXx Oct 28, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This is absolutely breathtaking.
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:icon1intheshadows1:
I think it looks pretty good!
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Zorrowl Aug 27, 2012  Student General Artist
I love when amazing artists think they see flaws and then other people look at it and are just like, 'what are you talking about it's perfect!'
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JulietsPuppY Jul 31, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Amazing piece, lovely details! This is really stunning!
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Kazegamii Jul 29, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
This is definitely one of my favourite pieces of art out there on deviantART.
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:iconiamdeamonsgirlfriend:
very interested concept o,o
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:icondihgal:
Re: comfortable seat: It looks like she's lifting her knees into the air. It's only made more indisputable due to the lay of the dress beneath her legs. I've never sat on a canine myself, but it appears to be a thin seat to be sitting at that angle on (like sitting on a monkey bar/rung). Alternatives would be splaying (throw the left leg to the left to lay it on more (of the animal)) at the risk of being less lady-like, straddling (a leg a side), and scooted back (spine under knees, hunched forward to center balance (on animal)). Also, making her (lower body) smaller or the animal bigger. Heck, splaying is an opportunity for fan-service, though that doesn't seem to be your style.
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