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Cocoons and A Vamipre by solidzesnake Cocoons and A Vamipre by solidzesnake
Having exacted her revenge the spider woman takes her catches to her larder located close to her web. With sunlight coming fast she hears the sound of her former instructor mewing in distress as her back came in contact with the sticky trap. "Meow, what is this?" she cried as the spider woman descended. "Oh, mmmm I just love it when my prey struggles it makes it so much more enjoyable!" she moaned as she plucked the struggling neko from the web and began to rapidly cocoon her newest catch.

"M Meow.. I will never find them neommmmmmpph" she becan as the former student wrapped a sticky ribbon around her mouth.

"Oh, don't worry Miss Nome I know just where you can find your former students" she said with a moan with more layers of sticky silk rapidly encasing her in a sticky cocoon.

Back at the larder the for students struggled to break free of their sticky binds with Kurumu wriggling and growling the loudest through her gag.

"MMMMPPPH MMMMPH" she growled as she watched the spider woman securing one of the few hopes for salvation to the wall just she had finished with her.

"Oh, don't worry my special preys our guest should be arriving any moment now" she said with a hiss after spitting a sticky ribbon around Mizore's arm to keep her from escaping.

"mmmm, I can't wait, I haven't had human in such a long time" she said with a moan as she placed her hands on her hips and looked over her bait knowing their human boyfriend would be there soon to meet his fate.

At long last the sequel to my Webbing and a Vampire is finished! I hope you all enjoy as I had a great time working on it.
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I am definitely seeing improvement in your drawing's structure. Good; keep working on that. If you really want to master it, pick up some really serious figure drawing books (Glen Vilppu, Mike Hampton, and Andrew Loomis books are all great for that). There's still more room for improvement in your figures. To keep it quick, think more about the weight and forces involved. Think curves against curves to guide the viewer's eyes through each pose, as well as the composition as a whole. keep working on developing a better construction process for your figures. Balance, proportion, weight, movement, etc. Yadda yadda, you've heard it all from me before.

I do want tell you one thing from this that I'm liking. I am liking your use of overlapping and scaling forms to create a sense of depth and height. It is much, MUCH more successful in this artwork than it is in your previous ones. This is a HUGE step in the right direction. Big kudos. Definitely keep playing around with this tool to really enhance your storytelling ability.

Now, I also need to talk about one BIG problem that is holding the depth of your artwork back. It's not about perspective or lighting this time (although you still need to work on those things, as do probably 99% of the artist on deviantArt do, myself included). Now, see the hanging girl with the blue hair in the front? See how the edge of her hair touches the edge of the girl next to her? That's called a tangent. That causes the silhouettes to merge at the tips, and it really flattens the sense of depth on those silhouettes. It also messes up your composition since your eye gets drawn straight to them. Also at what appears to be a cave opening (???) and both silhouettes of the blue-haired hanging girl and the girl to her right...? Lots of potential for even more depth that is being held back here. Make sure you get rid of as many of your tangents as possible! Doing just that will improve your compositions a LOT. Trust me on that.

I want to leave one last bit of advice before I conclude this critique. You've told me that you're happy with where your art is going. Good. If you want to keep improving though, don't get content with where you are. The worst art slumps I've ever had were the ones where I'd get too comfortable with one method of working for much too long. It's a very easy trap to fall into, and it can one that is difficult to get out of, since it can lock you into inefficient processes and repeated mistakes. The key to avoiding this is this...weird balancing game. Be happy that you have certain skills that others don't have, but don't let it get to your head. Don't settle for a certain standard, but be content with learning and improvement. Most importantly, don't let dissatisfaction or discouragement for whatever reason stop you from drawing. But make sure you are always, ALWAYS moving forward.

I feel that I was responsible for the brief block of time where you sort of stopped drawing for a bit since you "needed to get your confidence back" after the last crit I gave you, which I'll admit was a bit harsh. However, I really just want to say this: the things I tell you aren't meant to tear your confidence down but to build you up as an artist with a better skillset and understanding. I can tell you right now that the best instructors I've had were probably the harshest ones. But I learned the most from them because they were honest about everything they saw, from the glaring flaws to the occasional area of strength, but did so to build their students up. This is exactly what I am trying to do, so you have somewhere to work from other than "this is awesome!" or "this sucks!"

Anyhow, that'll be my crit for now. Always keep looking for more areas you can improve on. You can do it!
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:iconkaumithomason:
KaumiThomason Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2013  Hobbyist Filmographer
Aieee!
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:iconbloodredstrider:
BloodRedStrider Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
oh noes
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:iconsolidzesnake:
solidzesnake Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
?
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:iconbloodredstrider:
BloodRedStrider Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
come on inner Moka
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:iconsolidzesnake:
solidzesnake Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
ok, please don't role play on my hard work ^^;
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:iconbloodredstrider:
BloodRedStrider Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
oh sorry didnt mean to

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:iconsolidzesnake:
solidzesnake Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
you are new so its ok
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:iconbloodredstrider:
BloodRedStrider Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
okay good
i can imagine Nekonome to say Meow in that moment
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solidzesnake Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
^^; that doesn't mean continue
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dudeifail Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2012
ah, yeah. need more Rosario+Vampire stuff out on the interwebs. I really like this.
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