Comments on 'Rosepetal and Puma, picking flowers (2015 Random Ancestors Contest)'

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Peggy B.
New! Entered: 2015-06-29
Love what you came up with for this contest's assignment! I especially admire the way you did Puma. Drawing hard muscled, short-haired women and still manage to not lose their feminitiy is always tricky in my opinion. Her face looks wonderful!
And I would soooo love to bury my hands in Rosepetal's voluminous, silky soft hair!!!
Melanie D.
New! Entered: 2015-05-21
Beth! I love this! Love for my Puma and in such a cute way. I love how you worked in her personalty here with a look and how you choose them to pick "useful" flowers (if I'm right that's wormgrass?)
To me Puma looks as if she's flirting here. Her look is almost challenging and Rosepetal seems a bit surprised or even thrown off. You worked in so much personality on both women here. and .. for a reason I really like the tall grass effect and how it suggests a mellow day. I'm just a huge fan o this... and not just because I'm biased.
Adrienne Willis
New! Updated: 2015-05-19
I'm so used to thinking of Puma as being involved in something tough and strenuous,(like a hunt) that its nice to see her
portrayed doing something 'gentle' like picking flowers.
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