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InkyDeLight Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2016
Love your work.  Hope you don't mind a few questions.  IMHO, your ladies tend towards protuberant bellies.  Is that poser, your preference, or an uncharacteristic nod to what we see in real life?  Can you also do flat abs, like 6 or 8 pack all the way down?
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cottonkidd Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks for the kind words. I could probably do a six-pack, but no, it's not my preference. I have some slimmer characters like Windy and Vala, but none that would qualify as muscular, and Daisy and her identical cousin Nina are short and voluptuous, some versions bordering on reubenesque. It's a little of both, sort of a preference but also I try to make my figures as realistically shaped and gravity-drawn as their (perhaps unrealistic) oversized breasts would allow. "Plausible", I guess, is what I strive for more than "realistic" or "over-the-top."
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InkyDeLight Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2016
Hard abs and tight thighs are definitely plausible.  I see them IRL more than I do head-sized breasts.  They seem to have gone out of fashion, though.  I think the current take is that curves are feminine and femininity is sexy.  Back when Playboy mattered, curves were considered womanly rather than girlish, and girls were sexier than women.  Now, with metro-sexual guys invading the girly space, younger hetero males seem to appreciate figures that are unmistakably female, at the cost of youthfulness and vitality.  Artists seem to evoke youth and vigor with infantile facial features and vivacious posing and expression.  Life moves on.
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scholar8169 Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2015
The most beautiful girls on the web! Any plans for anything new?
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cottonkidd Featured By Owner May 24, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
Kind of. I've been working up some stories for the identical but estranged cousins Nina and Daisy's intersecting paths. I also have some newer versions of Daisy and Nina that I'm toying with (more heavy-set Nina and a younger-looking Daisy). I have been very, very busy with the day job I started about 9 months ago, so packaging things for my websites and DevArt has lagged. But I still work on it.

THank you so much for the kind words - they motivate me to stop hoarding!
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Quentin5th Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2014  Student Digital Artist
What size of field of view do you use?
I just test out the fisheye effect, so that the models can still stand closer to the camera.

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cottonkidd Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Good question. I usually have to make things behind the camera invisible since Poser (which is the software I use) doesn't get close enough.
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Couchpotato009 Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2014   Writer
that old saying
dont know  much about art, but I know what I like ;)
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cottonkidd Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Glad you like mine! :)
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Couchpotato009 Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2014   Writer
its art!
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