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Nazrin Drawn Again by RokuGurin Nazrin Drawn Again by RokuGurin
I've wanted to do this for some time. I was once proud of this pic because it was an attempt at a dramatic pose. Looking back at it now, goodness was this bad! I mean the pose I was still proud of but it needed improvement and some parts were colored rather sloppily.

So I decided to draw her again. Since she's Nazrin. :iconnazrinplz:

Here's a link to the original:

Hope you guys like it!

Blank Meme :iconbampire:

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Hyperdeity Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I disagree with AlexMdle, I think you have improved, the colors are more vivid the poses are slightly more dynamic (in the lower part of the dress for example) and the characters have gained some weight to them, but some may like the skinnier version better in that regard. Also the 2012 drawing had a bit more perspective to it thanks to the way the face was drawn, both drawings have their positives : ) .
luckyhalo303 Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
It's nice to see this! 0_0 *thumbs up*
Oblivexx Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
hmm I would expect that these memes be used for like 5 - 10 year plan. However, here i see that there have been improvements to more "hair breaks" and the definition in Nazrin's eyes.
AlexMdle Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2013  Student Digital Artist
"Very noticeable" is the last word I would use. Both pictures look almost identical. There is certainly no indication of improvement, only different proportions. You can literally swap both pictures around and nobody would be the wiser to the order they would actually be drawn in.
RokuGurin Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Well, I wouldn't go that far. They only look identical because I used the same pose.
AlexMdle Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Sorry, but I got to disagree. I don't mind the same position, or colors. It's just that both of those pictures literally look like they were drawn days apart. There is no improvement on the lineart, no increase in picture detail or composition. Even the lighting and shade effects used are fundamentally the same. Hell, the clothing shading of the first picture actually looks better done than that of the second one.

Literally, try this. Remove the "before/after" and time indicators from both pictures and present them to people who have not seen either of the two before. Then ask their opinion on which one looks like it was drawn first and which was drawn second.
Neamid Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2013  Hobbyist
Though the art hasn't changed immensely there is improvement, it doesn't look drastically different but yes, the artist has improved. The hair flows a bit more realistically, the shading looks better, her eyes are more defined and the clothes look more loose, so no, the pictures are not identical
KonekoArt122 Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2013
Hey... I get your point, and I understand what you're saying...
I even agree with you, but this is starting to sound mean. The artist thinks they improved, let them think that. Even if you think otherwise, which you have a reason to in your own way. But by saying that in THAT WAY, you probably offended the artist and/or made them feel bad about it.
Again, you have a great point, but you probably shouldn't say it that way. I'm not trying to be rude or mean to you, either.
AlexMdle Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2013  Student Digital Artist
"let them think that"

That is plain terrible and disgustingly dishonest. I am at loss of words of how ill that advice is.
KonekoArt122 Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2013
I'm sorry, I didn't mean to offend you. But I just wanted to say if you don't think they improved and they think they did, let them thing what they want.
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