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May 8, 2013
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Cammy! by Amalthea16 Cammy! by Amalthea16
I love drawing Cammy, and I haven't done so in a while, so here she is! :D Since I hadn't done an official drawing of this outfit yet,
I decided to put her in her Killer Bee attire ;)

I aimed for a golden shade for her blonde hair, as opposed to going too light such as platinum, since I prefer the former.

Hope you all like :)

Update: Inked in the rest of the line art
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gustavomunozbastias Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2014  Student
Cute :D
Amalthea16 Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks again :)
TheToonDevil Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2013   General Artist
Lovely work! I always have trouble with her pigtails. I always end up hiding them behind something when I draw her.
Amalthea16 Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks so much!! Braids used to give me trouble too but it just comes down to practice :)
Markisy Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I recognize her beautiful smile, I made a similar one a while ago, I did it again 5 times to get its best expression, I'll publish it soon (you can see it here, too, is the second picture from the left [link] ... good Amalthea
Amalthea16 Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you so much, glad you like my take on her :)
TixieLix Featured By Owner May 12, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
YAAAY!! KILLER BEE CAMMY, my favourite :D I think you’re doing great – especially with the detailing in the eyes. Just little things I’d like to note though – remember when we spoke about the alignment issue with the position of the mouth in relation to the centre of the face? Her mouth is just a tad too far to her right, if you move it back a bit it should be fine. The other is the location of the nostril. I know with anime it can be hard to tell sometimes, especially if you’re referencing styles, but look at the position of where the nostril is in real life and try to reflect that (I know this angle is also one of the hardests to draw so it’s still a good effort!) Lastly, you’ve gone over the linework with black marker, but only in parts. For consistency, if you want to go over them, you need to do all of them or none at all. I think I know why you might’ve chosen not to for some of the areas because you didn’t want to make it too bold, correct? Try practicing with a felt tip pen or something that will allow you to adjust the thickness of the linework and vary that, or use a combination of pens with different sized tips. Hope that helps and keep it up :thumbsup:
Amalthea16 Featured By Owner May 13, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hehe thank you! Glad you like her! I see what you mean about the nostril and the mouth. The line art I intentionally did that way because I did a quick doodle on a side piece and I didn't really like how the black markers looked against her hair and the scar. It was too much of a contrast. I used bold lines with the pencil since the outlines of the hair and the scar would be lighter anyway than the clothes, her face etc. There is also a technique where artists will vary the line art so it's not all drawn in the same lines, to give some depth and avoid a monotonous appearance.
TixieLix Featured By Owner May 13, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yep! Try to reference how the other artists would do line art to vary the line weights like you mentioned. For example, things closer would have thicker line weights compared to things further back from view, as for sharper, harder edges surfaces compared to soft edges… The thing with only going over some of the lines and not others is that it appears like you’re still working on it as opposed to a finished picture – perhaps for the areas around the hair, instead of outlining it, you can bold line just the external edges around with her face etc as a continuous highlight? Lemme know if you want link to other artists’ examples… I’ve got a few good ones ;)
Amalthea16 Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I know it's been a couple months but I was looking back at this one and decided to ink in the rest of the line art, since I'm more proficient in that now. Looks better?
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