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My first attempt at drawing a Muppet

Discussion in 'Fan Art' started by Skeeter Muppet, Jan 8, 2003.

  1. homerthegreat

    homerthegreat Well-Known Member

    Looks great! :)
     
  2. zeldazipple

    zeldazipple Well-Known Member

    Nice sketch. I changed your originial pencil drawing of Skeeter as a pre teen but I don't have a url for it. If anyone is interested in seeing it they can contact me @ bella_tweenie@hotmai.com I barly made any changes just made her face a little shorter and changed her hair, in my pinion I think she looks more like a adult or at least Scooter's age ( 15-18 ) I wanted to make her body a little more shaply like a woman's figure but I can't seem to do it properly. This might give you more ideas if you're still interested in making a adult version of Skeeter. Here's a tip that might help if you want to make adult charecters in the future. Make the forhead not so high, the eyes slightly smaller and closer togerher and the face not so chubby and more centered. Still love your artwork though keep it up! ;)
     


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