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After a good scolding, it is time to make sure the lesson has been completely understood.

Unfortunately for Sanya that means a long, long , long "talk" with Dr. H. Brush.


Pura vida y Hala Madrid!

Registered: May 2013
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The Freudian Slip
Ultimate Alchemist
I heard good things about that doctor. He is apparently very effective at keeping his customers in check.
#1 Wed July 24, 2013 04:11

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#2 Wed July 24, 2013 14:05

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Not sure if I personally like proportions in this image (that's not cricticism - I fully undersand that they were drawn like that on purpose and you can do anything you like with your style), but anyway poses are so dull of life, that I adore it very much. *__*
#3 Wed July 24, 2013 17:08

Senior Member
I don't like that picture at all. The spanker's legs are larger than her head, and the arms and hands are ridiculously small.

And, yes, that is criticism. But good and honest criticism.
#4 Wed July 24, 2013 18:09

Senior Member
Saying it's an artistic choice doesn't mean I'm forced to like it. Claiming that it doesn't make any sense to criticize art means that all those stars and even those comments are useless.
#5 Wed July 24, 2013 20:00

The Freudian Slip
Ultimate Alchemist
And I would like to know what you seek to accomplish by giving your criticism on an image you apparently dislike? If you are hoping that the artist changes their style just for you, that is pretty conceited, especially considering that you did not have to pay a dime to view it and/or download it.
#6 Wed July 24, 2013 20:24

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PartyMecha, you don't have to like it, of course. But it's just silly to point out things like proportions of legs and arms here - obviously, the arttist know, that they have unrealistic sizes. That's not a mistake, but artist's style. What you do is the same as explaining Salvador Dali that clocks can't flow from the trees. You have a right not to like Dali's works, but that's obviously not something that was made by accident and would be fixed after your reminding.
#7 Wed July 24, 2013 21:06

Senior Member
@TheFreudianSlip :
I'm merely giving my opinion. That's what comments are for, right?
#8 Wed July 24, 2013 22:33

(LOL) btw, the H. Brush was a joke from Smallmew Oo.
#9 Wed July 24, 2013 23:07

Blue Swordsman
Dr. H. Brush. One of many doctors with a Ph.D in discipline.

Also, looking at this and then looking at their real versions, it's quite interesting.
#10 Mon February 6, 2017 04:52

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