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LINC-8 Family

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PDP-8-tan, LINC-tan and their science-baby, PDP-12-tan. This could be better but I was starting to obsess over small details that people probably won't even notice, so I decided to get this posted before I spend a few hours longer making sure everything is "perfect".

IF THERE IS A MORE HISTORICALLY-ACCURATE OS-TAN 'SHIP / FAMILY, I WANT TO KNOW ABOUT IT.
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47ness's avatar
Nice color scheme. :> That coupled with the hairstyles really gives this a vintage feel~
KillertheWolfdog's avatar
AWWWWWWWW ;w; I lub dis
Samantha-Wright's avatar
...OpenStep and Mac OS 9 yielding Rhapsody.

There, I said it.
BellaCielo's avatar
Now there's one I haven't considered before.
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I hardly ever draw little'uns, so I'm glad I was able to draw her with some semblance of cuteness. ^^;
PentiumMMX's avatar
Baby PDP-12-tan is so cute >w<
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Choco-la-te's avatar
looks good, man. -w-
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Glad you like it. :D
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It's a really good piece of art. I'm genuinely impressed.
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Thank you very much! For the sake of satisfying my sense of curiosity and finding ways to improve / stay on the right course, artistically-speaking - are there any aspects, in particular, that jump out at you? Or is it a matter of liking the piece as a whole?
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Their faces, the hair styles, I love the fabric folding. I love the patterned accessories. Nicely spaced and done.

Now there are some errors. The top left hand's fingers are too short, and I think the same problem is happening on the right's feet with toes.
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Thanks for the feedback, this helps a lot!

Hands and feet are a serious weak spot for me, so I'm not surprised theirs look "off". I really should practice drawing them more often... -.-
doctormo's avatar
Use measurements, rulers are exactly what this kind of thing is for and don't let anyone tell you an artist should be able to draw without measurements and relative sizing.
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That's a good idea, and one I haven't tried before. Usually I estimate (for instance, using head size as a way of determining body height) or use reference images to figure out proportions.
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Leonardo de Vinci used measurements in all his art, he said that one had to be a master of the sciences as well as the arts in order to be master of either. Clever guy.
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