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experiment closed. Thanks a bunch for your answers :dummy:
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BlakeGordon Apr 6, 2014  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Um I do not get it.

They do look similar, but that then I've been told I look like Matt Dillon (which is so not true).

Is this post based more on your own personal worries or have actually people giving you grief about the 'similarities'.

I have always been super impressed with your character  designs, and reading your above post wants me to think about getting a new hobby instead of trying to learn how to draw. 

PS I agree with DictatorCat your art is awesome.
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DictatorCat Mar 13, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Ok so let's get it straight:

Black hair with side parting is not copyrighted. It's a frikkin normal hair style, there's millions of women having it, in real life and fiction. And there's no reason for you to not use it either. Think of sloth in Full Metal Alchemist.

Second, blonde hair in twin tails is not copyrighted either, there's plenty people wearing it, plenty of characters in fiction and anime. So what?

You know, you did NOT copy a signature hair style like Sailor Moon or YuGiOh. Those are hair styles and looks that are perfectly normal. Don't get yourself worried with stupid accusations.

BTW: Your art is awesome.
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joaocouto Jan 18, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
tabitha looks more lust than asami
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anime1999 Dec 22, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Nice
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IsaiahParker Dec 18, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Lovely!
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Xandamus Dec 17, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
just a matter of haw ya craft it...
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Lust from Full Metal Alchemist was awesome. just the right mix of smooth, commanding, & confidant. My character is much more so. Because she is I chose the the best artist here for a commish...

I think the problem may be that she is by herself in street clothes, if I had commissioned a second character sheet of her boss & an image of them together we wouldn't have this kerfuffle.We do have however it cause the last two characters sharing "signature" traits with characters in animated media. I think it's odd, but whatever....
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well i'm sure other people will go yeah there is similiteries but sometimes alot of people make charas and they have no idea they look similier. but you have your own style going on.

heck I'm sure i have some charas of my own that may have a similitery

like my tsukimi she probably looks like infinite stratos and i never heard of it !

but tabitha does sorta remind me of lust from full metal alchemist sorta just not alot

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DivinitasX Dec 16, 2013  Student General Artist
People calling "copycat" as soon as characters look similar really piss me off. There are like a million official character, at some point they are bound to look similar.
Still I mostly never see the similarities between the characters because to me they are all unique.
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LainLoki Dec 16, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
For me the closest one that struck a similar cord in me was the Tabitha and Asami one. It was in the character sheet, not just one reference. Her attitude, the way she carried her self, even her fun version. Those poses, elegant and determined, but a coy side to her, to me that seemed like a striking resemblance to Asami from LOK. That and a similar color pallet to the character. She has a dark, mysterious side, but the red and green outfits give her a warmth as well. Now I'm not saying that's a bad thing. It just when I saw the character I was like wow, she reminds me of Asami. Where as for me Asami, has an assertive attitude, a take charge and forge her own path type. I could easily see her having a rich Hispanic voice, that charmed men without them think
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