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3# winning 50 points is
i like this one because of how much they understood the software before actually using it properly, as well as the colour patter in the background making the body more noticeable, congratulations DibFan4LifeX3 on winning 3rd
2# winning 100 points is
a very good choice in colors and darkening the figure to bring more attention to the aqua like background. as well as good anatomy and colors, main thing that struck me was the eyes. congratulations RoboticMasterMind on 2nd
1# wining 150 points is
brilliant lighting and effects and amazing line art, you really underestimate your tallent Sunny--San plus he looks so fwuffy >w
Contest 23 - Historical Disney
And the winners are...
In the Judge's Section:
Chosen by :iconmistytang::iconzimeta::iconshoomlah:
Give me your voice by Khioora
What the judges were saying: "Khioora's piece definitely jumped out at me when I was first browsing through the entries- it's a striking illustration, granted, but I was also taken with the integration of both 1830's fashion, and Romantic period portrayals of mermaids with more delineated legs. I'm not a huge fan of fashion in the 1830's, but I'll be the first to admit that it's a blast to draw; I think Khioora did a great job of capturing the so-called "Waist and Extravagance" of the period with both her characters' overall silhouette, and her general detailing of the costume. Great stuff!"~ shoomlah
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