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Cora 2010 by blood-cocoa Cora 2010 by blood-cocoa
I did it again. I've re-vamped Cora 3 times now since I first made her waaay back in 2003. She is now vastly, hugely, immensely more lovely than ever. Smoother, shaplier and generally nicer.

For a comparison over the ages see [link]
Ew, right?

I've a few other oldies I want to re-vamp, along with the other Cora and Corin poses.
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:iconcora-mae:
Cora-Mae Oct 24, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Awesome base! And I love the name ;)
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ducky-overlord Apr 17, 2013  Professional Photographer
used [link]
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cawakitty Feb 2, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
And to think... digimon...
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:iconemmers591:
Your Cora base has always been my favorite and the revamp is no exception. AMAZING! ^_^

Just curious, when is revamped Corin coming?
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Sarha-Victorians Dec 8, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Used [link]
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xFanny Dec 3, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Used: [link]
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kurisutin Apr 19, 2011  Professional General Artist
wow, I used to use these bases all the time on the UG. (I think It was the UG) Anyways, they look so fabulous. Definitely makes me wanna use them again. :)
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:iconemilyk2008:
The second version of Cora will always be a nostalgic favorite of mine, but the newest version is awesome. <3
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rubah Jan 19, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
The original cora base (and corin) had a certain charm with their wide-eyed buglike pupils and snake nostrils! Large bases were still a novelty back then, and things like fingers, toes, and accurate color palettes could be ignored. Plus, the poses were so punk!

I think one of the intermediate edits hit a sweet spot between cartoony-face and realistic-face. One of the advantages of working with cartoon dolls is that we can emphasize facial features (particularly) eyes to be striking and emotive. This latest variation really does away with that in large part, and I think it's somewhat unfortunate, really, but I definitely understand wanting to strive for a simply rendered, yet realistic face.

However, having nicely defined hands and feet? That's a wonderful feat!
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