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I was recently criticized for not showing enough diversity in my artwork when it comes to the female figure :/ First and foremost let me just say that I think that women are some of the most powerful and amazing creatures in the world, truly! And while I will admit, I do LOVE drawing the "pear shaped" figure the most, I honestly love all shapes and sizes of the female figure. From average, to pear, to boyish, to curvy, to plus sized, to petite, to banana (whatever the hell that is :P) I honestly love them all, and i'd hate to think that anyone out there feels any different.

So thus-ly, I promise to start showing more diversity in my works :)

:bulletblack:Mechanical Pencils
:bulletblack:Standard Sketch paper

This is a pencil drawing cleaned up in photoshop
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Boobie-watcher Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2019
Well sorry that you hate it so much, but I certainly don't love "all body types" equally. Indeed several pictured here seem unattractive and downright unhealthy.
ctp555 Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2018  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Love this
Kimmistywater Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2018
Inspiring. I love it!!
greatoak2k11 Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2018
I love pictures like this. Thank you for sharing your amazing talent. I find all shapes and sizes beautiful and this depiction is awesome.
LETMESEEBEUTY Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2018
Good work
DebzHaz Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2018
I really love this...Beautiful!!!!
MinxKenocha Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2018
nothing at all wrong with liking what you like...
cobalt225 Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2018
Girl with the U on her stomach has one hell of a frigged up foot.
Soragirl6 Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2018
I'm definitely F. XD
CrybabyKitsune Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2018  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I am B's body style and F's height lol
Kornflaker Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2017  Hobbyist Photographer
Nice Message! realy cool!
Jeufufns Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2017  Student Writer
Don't make concessions to these people, they will just force you to make more
tombola1993 Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2017
The typography definitely speaks for itself.
GregSkrtic Featured By Owner May 26, 2017  Professional Traditional Artist
Nike-Vogue by GregSkrtic  

you should add that your drawing was maybe inspired by a NIKE ad campaign from 25 years ago that ran in British VOGUE, Rolling Stone, and other magazines.
Cobrat-Cobrat Featured By Owner May 10, 2017
And men? V,:
peacelovehalstewart Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2017  Professional General Artist
Your goddess find you beautiful too.which is I.👑
PlanetAMV Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You know, I don't want to sound like an ass, ah, fuck it, who cares, I'm not an asshole, but the L is just unhealthy, not saying it's not beautiful, but still, unhealthy.
Besides that a nice drawing you made, I just don't agree with the message this picture gives me, if it is the same message as the artist intented.
Soragirl6 Featured By Owner Edited Jan 16, 2018
Sorry, are you a doctor?  That is not necessarily an unhealthy body weight, especially depending on her height. Whether its healthy depends on genetics and other factors involving the internal organs as well. But you wouldn't know that because apparently you have no medical background except your own personal opinions on what is healthy and what is not.  I suppose you think A is really healthy, even though she is extremely skinny.  That just may be too skinny for her...but yet you said nothing about the anorexic looking women in this picture. I tell you what.  Why don't you first get medical education then come back in a few years and try to say something that doesn't reveal how idiotic you really are. Ok?
PlanetAMV Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
1. I'm not a doctor, but I do have internet access.
2. maybe.
3. Correct, height does matter, but I assume that these people are supposed to be part of "healthy" people who don't have any rare disease which makes it "impossible " to lose or gain weight.
4. genetics have a part in obesity, but:

"Sequence variations within a pool of 56 different genes have been reported as being related to obesity phenotypes, however, only ten of those genes showed positive results in at least five different studies."
In brief, current knowledge brings to the conclusion that genetic factors may be involved in the etiology of obesity and, exclusive of very rare severe obesity cases, the genes involved are probably genes that interact with environment factors related to energy intake and expenditure to increase the risk of obesity."

5. Does someone need a medical background to know the mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell?
6.You suppose, you assume, but at the end, you don't know what I think about "A"'s body type, but yeah I would put her somewhere close to being underweight, but maybe she just has an athletic body type.
7. You expect me now to study medicine, wow, halt. I may be Asian, but I'm no cliché. What are you? Some kind of racist? /s
8. Well, I'm not smart, but I wouldn't consider myself stupid/idiotic. I mean did I assume you are stupid or idiotic?
I don't know you, you don't know me, I don't know your education, you don't know mine.

But hey, today it's okay to assume everyone's intellect based on one comment which is to rows long :/
Soragirl6 Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2018
You missed the entire point.  1.) You cannot determine whether someone is obese by size alone.  Yes if the person is 600 pound that is obese, but a fat person is not necessarily obese, which you failed to comprehend. 2.) You did in fact ignore the EXTREMELY skinny women in the picture and tried to use "health" as your excuse to discriminate.  If you were really concerned about that, then why not criticize the extremely skinny girls in the picture?  Yyou assume she's athletic, but how can you assume the big boned girl is not?  My step sister is extremely athletic and yet she is much thicker than me.  That is my point; you are using health as an excuse when really you're just anther shallow idiot.  

You're Asian? No surprise.  They tend to equate "skinniness" with health which is why their women look like sticks in those countries.  But are they necessarily healthy? Not really.

Again, if what you say is ignorant people will assume you're ignorant.  If what you say is biased ad shallow, people will assume you're biased and shallow. Simple as that.
PlanetAMV Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
1. I never said you can determine obesity by size alone, but comparing body build with their height I can get somewhat of an image where they would be categorized.
2. "[You] assume she's athletic..." nope I did not I actually said I would put her close to being underweight, but maybe she is just athletic, I acknowledged the possibility of her being underweight, but you seem to ignore that statement. again, the artist also doesn't seem to draw any details which suggest that any of the skinny women are actually underweight and even if the artist did so, I would also say that it's unhealthy.
3. Now apparently me being Asian answers all your question about me and my opinions about body types, again you assume shit about me. I don't like women who are too skinny, I don't like women who are obviously too fat. 
What exactly is ignorant about the things I said? what is supposedly biased and shallow?
Soragirl6 Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2018
The fact that you focused mostly on the bigger women shows it all.  Whether you don't like too skinny or two fat, you suggested that the women who were bigger were the unhealthy ones which showed how biased and shallow you are. You can try to clean it up if you'd like, but your original comment was targeted at bigger women in general,  You say that the artist didn't draw any details that suggest the skinny women are underweight, however the artist also  never suggests that any of the heavier women were OVERWEIGHT either.  YOU assumed they were unhealthy because of how they looked.  Which is why I claimed it to be a shallow observation.  

I mentioned Asia because I know that there standards of health is "skinny as possible" in many cases.  The standard prefers skinny over heavy and even a little meat on the bones would make them say someone is fat.
PlanetAMV Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Okay, you know. I'm tired. after this comment, I won't replay anymore. this conversation is now nearly a year old.
obese people who are considered healthy still have higher health risks than "skinny"/normal weight people.
Obese people "stick" (the irony, funny isn't it) more out than skinny people at first glance.
I mean you probably will notice a bear first, before you see the squirrel on the tree next to it.
well, the artist suggested that the women are obese by well.. simply making them look like they are obese. who would have thought that when you see fat people that you think that they are.. fat? Shocking.
Shallow observation. I call it obvious observation in a generation where childhood obesity has a rate of 18.4% and 1/3 of all adult Americans are obese.. which well, before the 90's and wasn't that much of problem then.

Well, not every Asian life in Asia, not every Asian has two Asian parents. my father is German,  was raised in Germany and because of that I consider myself a German national socialist citizen
JupiterJones369 Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2017
So you thought, "You know what sounds like a great idea? Going onto a post about positivity for women and saying 'but not this demographic in particular'. That definitely doesn't make me an asshole."
PlanetAMV Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Accept your body if you want, but the examples I pointed at in the picture is something I can't say "This is normal and healthy."
it's not, okay?
I think since I'm myself overweight I can say that this body type is unhealthy.
I mean god damn. my body type is unhealthy.
Again, if you are fat, you can accept yourself as you are, but that doesn't change the fact you live a cleary unhealthy life if you don't have any medical conditions which make it harder for you to lose weight.
Silvery-BlueWOLF Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
I agree... I'm personally, getting close to U a bit and I can say It's clearly harmful more than beautiful. ; - ;
PlanetAMV Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
the same goes for U.
Toki-Fox Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Im the A ;w;
Caramelkitty77 Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2017
I`m the F.
A petit and undefined hourglass.
But more child-like in the face, I always have to show my I.D wherever I go, to prove people I am not underage.
DevennaSori Featured By Owner Edited Mar 3, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'm the U...
But today this drawing just made my day...
;W; ...
Pirate656 Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2017  Professional Filmographer
Alright then goodbye 
absmreed Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I love this piece of work. I really think it is important to show that us plus size girls are pretty too. honestly, I think that any guy who thinks only skinny girls are pretty aren't worth it. I really love what you did here Isaiah!
ToThisDay Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2017  Student
so beautiful <3
shimmerandsparkle Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2017
Surprisingly, I'm none of these. I'm 5"5 and I'm 11, almost 12 now. I'm also a little chubbeh
GlammDoge Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2017
Spoonsy38 Featured By Owner Edited Dec 15, 2016
Good intentions, but the road to hell is paved with them. Women also come in many different ages, and don't need to go around in bra and panties to be beautiful. Also, an artist needs to be literate--"The Scarlet Letter" is something you obviously haven't read.
Caramelkitty77 Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2017
They are in bras and panties to show their bodys. Of course they don`t need to go around with them to be beautiful, but the bodys shapes are more visible if they are undressed, obviously. I don`t see what`s the problem with that. The author of the drawing isn`t objectifying womans, if that`s what you mean.
SilentMortal Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2016
Yeah, nice message....Do you feel the same about males, I wonder?
Soragirl6 Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2018
He's a straight male, so I think he wants to show his appreciation according to his sexuality...
FoxxyLover Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2016
This is truly appreciated. I thank you for this point well made, and hopefully that this message will pierce the heart of any male chauvinist who chooses to point out the flaws and "ugliness" of any woman in general.
Astro-Nova Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2016  Student General Artist
I'm f
JasAwesomeMouse Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2017  Student Traditional Artist
subarashi-sama99 Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Can't believe some of these comments. All body types should be celebrated, no matter what your "preference" is because women don't need to meet your ridiculous expectations. We have skin, we have organs, and we definitely have some body fat. Being thin or being heavy is nothing to be ashamed of, as long as it doesn't make a negative impact on your health. Healthy bodies are greater than perfect bodies. We should never try to push people into what we think is "right" because it's a darn diverse world out there and if you think otherwise, you need to get with the program. Rant over.
Niecierpeka Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
I’m sorry to say, but there’s a line between unhealthy fat and unhealthy skinny. It’s not about preference, it’s about health; both are bad for you and can result in early death.
Jaasp Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2016  Student Digital Artist
Agreed 100%
daanton Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Indeed! 8-) And it kinda reminds me of a song......[link]
RektMachine Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2016
First one: okay,
second one: ok,
Third one: no,
fourth one: no,
fifth one: ok,
Sixth one: meh,
Seventh one: pedo?,
Eith one: meh,
Ninth one: no
CinnamonBani Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Congratulations! You posted your opinion which adds nothing to the original piece!
RektMachine Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2016
Not really. I have some boundaries and standards. 
bullsnook Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2016
Well done SIr, proves the point very well
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