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Part 1 of 3.

Part 2: Bras and Lace next.

It's good practice for me, and gives me a chance to draw the Agora girls more.

Part 2
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TheGreatWarrior Nov 22, 2013  Student General Artist
It's always nice to find another amazing boob tutorial O u O Thanks dudette, this is great!
iStoleYoGrapeJuice Jul 24, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
I'm literally leaning on my desks with my boobs just sitting here. Like as soon as I read it, I looked down and was like, well shit people know. Anyways, great tutorial! 

I like how you did your tutorial, it is informative and I like seeing a range of sizes.

With that said, yeah, it is true some have to wrap an arm around their chest; I often have to, and that's only on the rare occasion that I run (and sports bras never help one little bit.)

I would like to point out that the measuring method you point out does not work very well for the larger sizes. When I do it, it often says that I'm 2-3 cups smaller than I actually will fit into.

As for back strain, it also makes some women slouch to try and hide them, or just from the weight, leading to bad posture if not careful.

:iconecomaster: THAT'S how you accurately measure for bra size :O_o:, if only I were a little less cheap so I could bra shop somewhere other than the local Wal*Mart whose biggest in-store cup size is two too small for me :ohnoes:

I'M SURE YOU LOVE HEARING ABOUT OTHER DEVIANT'S BOOBS. Seriously though, this set of tutorials is actually very helpful :icontonguewaggleplz:
NixKat Apr 22, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Very interesting this could be quite useful.
If a guy doesn't want to understand, how much running hurts with big boobs, bind a weight around their dick and let them run with it hanging down. They will know. Oh, they will know.
Zendar13 Mar 23, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
When you draw and avoid drawing these kinds of things but you catch up in skill with everything else, it is really hard to find courage to practice these topics. BUT if not practiced then your amazing character is brought down and more attention is actually drawn to the breasts when drawn 'incorrectly'.

Speaking professionally this is amazingly comprehensive and very VERY helpful. I have often had trouble with drawing a natural look to womens breasts shapes in my characters especially how they sit in relation to the shoulders when I draw the silhouetted curve for clothing and I must say, this has helped a great deal.

Thankyou very much :)
I'm glad it was informative
the-Loony Mar 9, 2013  Student General Artist
Yoohoo! ive decided featuring related and useful tutorials in my description [link], cause firstly my tutorial is ancient and could really use some backup and secondly your series is a perfect branch, dealing partly with the same, partly with different topics.
(ive only recently started networking here on dA and especially with tutorials i think its great to do so and help people widen their horizon even more comfortably, so i packed you there, even tho most are bound to find your tutorial even before mine. :D)

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