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Wonder Woman by iumazark Wonder Woman by iumazark
This is a sortition prize of an Exposition i did in a high school as invited artist.


But I've nothing new as "art" to expose, so i solved to expose some prints of somepieces of here in DA. Was very interesting.

Thanks guys for all care there, I wasn't hoping as much

the illustration/gift goes to Talissa. She likes Wonder woman and asked for.

I'm a little timid, but here you can check out a pic with me getting a certified over there. [link]




i hope you like!
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LulayLullaby Mar 1, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist

It's a great picture, but I hate seeing Wonder Woman so emaciated.  

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Amazing art pic :) (Smile) 
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scarletmonkey Jul 2, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
She is disgustingly anorexic. You showed this to impressionable high school girls? You should be ashamed of yourself.
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Pardon me, but why would you cruelly insult this person's art like that? Seriously, that criticism wasn't by any means reasonable. She looks skinny, but that's a matter of the artist's style in which he/she chose to draw her. Honestly, your comment seems almost like a low blow to people who struggle with anorexia. Goodness, looking at your replies to the artist, it almost seems as if you think yourself to be intelligent. You are the one who should be ashamed. ^^ If you dislike something, at least provide a legitimate critique so that you may avoid making a fool of yourself as you have.
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scarletmonkey Dec 30, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
It is a well established fact that the bombardment of images of ridiculously skinny girls contributes to eating disorders. Drawing iconic characters who many young women look up to in the fashion this artist chose to is entirely his own business. My objection was his proud statement that he showed it off to high school girls, who are demographically the most at risk to eating disorders due to their susceptibility to the aforementioned media bombardment. Perhaps this is the "legitimate critique" that you wanted. Please feel free to continue thinking me a fool if you wish because I will not stop speaking my mind.
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iumazark Jul 2, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
You should be away from those things that you don't think right, looks smarter to me. The only one getting embarrassed here is you.
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scarletmonkey Jul 3, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
If I have understood your awful English correctly, this is my response:

You are a fool if you think that paople should not comment on things that upset them and I feel no embarrasment in speaking my opinions against a majority consensus.
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iumazark Jul 3, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
sometimes I used to comment just for training my english, any tip to fix my comment is welcome.

I don't wanna talk this anymore, I probably would hurt you even more than I did replying this.
Sorry if i made you upset, and a tip, don't come here again to not get even more upset.
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ArtsyVana Jun 13, 2013  Student General Artist
very nice! :D
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