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Brie 3 by UrusaiWrangler Brie 3 by UrusaiWrangler
Nothing too complex here, just continuing experimentation with supermass and vascularity. I'm pretty comfortable exploring those concepts with Brie - plus its been awhile since we've seen her. I've been wanting to give her more stylish hair for awhile so I used this opportunity to test that out...its good to have a blank slate you can mess around with conceptually, and she's been fun to work with.

I really like the way the miniskirt turned out on this one. 
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I'd like to add my two cents here, i'm going to do it on both versions in case you miss one.

I really like your work and I'm glad to see you still at it and trying to improve your sense of supermass. And I'd like to stress this is ment as constructive critisim.

But, like on supersized Sherri, I think you are still adding too little to the lower body. And I think it becomes noticeable when you draw the arms thicker then the legs, that's what really upsets the balance. not saying her arms should be smaller, I love big arms, but maybe pump up the legs too match?

Her neck is a little more bulgey then Sherri's, I know I said I like the thick neack and I still do, just be careful not to draw it too big. Deviant artist Atari-boy did that in his Growth Drive series and his charicters ended up looking like Quasimodo.

I'm not a fan of veins but I appreciate they come with the territory. But do they really grow that thick?

Also, I really think adding more detail to her definition, adding a few more lines to seperate her muscle groups, would really add to the overall impression of strengh. Particulay on her abbs and lats.

And lastly, a little tattoo can be sexy but how do you tattoo on fur?

As a suggestion, here are a few of my favorite female muscle furs, ones which I think are very good bland of balanced proportions, size, definition and attractiveness. Again, just as a suggestion, I am not saying you need to copy them.

www.furaffinity.net/view/21613…

www.furaffinity.net/view/24933…

www.furaffinity.net/full/20685…

www.furaffinity.net/full/14576…

Still hoping you'll bring back Sherri's story again, only this time with muscle and without that planned death scene.

Thank you.
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biorex3000 Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2018
You're getting better and better at drawing hyper mass women. Love how she turned out! 
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UrusaiWrangler Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2018  Professional General Artist
I think this one turned out better than most, and I'm interested in doing more of this with her.
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Chwen-Hoou Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2018
Wonderful job on this veiny version.
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Mavidi Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2018
What a beautiful lil' mousie! 😎
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Someguy1997 Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2018
Wow! Amazing!
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riv3th3d Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2018
Daaaaammmnnn.
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RogerHyde Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2018  Hobbyist Artist
That's a very big veiny mouse.
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sheldor73 Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2018
I'm in awe
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rssam000 Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
man, those veins are HUGE, guess pumping blood for arm that size is necessary, love it
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Jetichor Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2018
In my personal (Very limited) experience, vascularity looks better if the veins are not interrupted by any other lines or details, as well as drawing veins that sort of, wrap around the arm a little, int he sense that you have to draw the bulge of the vein sticking out fromt he outline of the arm, it gives them a real 3D look. 
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