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Title: Exercise Attire
Pixel Artist: Mini_Starr  (Level 1 Intern :: 13 points)
Posted: 7/12/2017 04:00
Palette: 17 colors
Statistics:  8 comments    6 faves    0 avatars

I may have messed up the knees. Send Help...please.

*EDIT** added knees to legs. A bit more knobble did it for me. 


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DexRunner (Level 7 Sheriff) @ 7/13/2017 11:58

I love knobby knees!  

Great job!!  I'm looking forward to more of your art.  

DexRunner (Level 7 Sheriff) @ 7/13/2017 06:05

Yes, when you have it edited the way you want it, save it with a different filename than the original and then click the pencil looking icon under the picture on the submission page to get you to the edit page.  The edit page looks exactly like the page you used to submit the original.  Then on the edit page you can click on the detail option and then you just have to find your file with the new filename (uploading a picture with the same name doesn't change your picture for some reason).  Once you've picked the new edited picture just click submit and you're gold! 

Mini_Starr (Level 1 Intern) @ 7/13/2017 01:56

So...Is there like a way to edit the image now that I uploaded it?

DexRunner (Level 7 Sheriff) @ 7/12/2017 15:54

I gotchu, my man. 🔥✊🔥


Mini_Starr (Level 1 Intern) @ 7/12/2017 15:12

DexRunner, you are my G.

DexRunner (Level 7 Sheriff) @ 7/12/2017 12:18

First thing I thought was to change her proportions too, but then I thought that they're too good to rework so how could you fix em without reworking the whole bottom half of her? Then I realized: Get rid of those big black lines behind the knees!  They have little to do with the form you're trying to convey.  Then use eishiya's advice about the highlights.  Here's what I was kinda thinking.  Hope it helps. 

eishiya (Level 5 Detective) @ 7/12/2017 07:25

With knees, remember that there are the knee caps, they bump out. So, put lights on them instead of leaving them dark. Instant knees ;D I usually draw them as a continuation of the upper leg, then either leave the lower leg in shadow, or leave a small shadow there.

ColorAcolyte (Level 2 Peon) @ 7/12/2017 05:07

I thibk the problem with this piece is that her legs are a bit too large compare to her upper body. Also, try and move both knees' position a bit left to fit the pose she's making.

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