I have studied female anatomy.I was an illustration major at Academy of art college. I am very familiar with the female figure. I don't mean to lecture or preach but when drawing in a cartoony style whether western comic book, manga,and even anime style,the characters figures are drawn in an exaggerated way.
If I wanted to I could draw the character realistically, with realistic proportions but that would be boring. I chose to draw the character in a way to capture attention.Whether good or in your case bad . If you have a problem with her bust line then I'm not the one having anatomy issues. Other than her boob size she is pretty accurate in terms "anime anatomy".
it wasn't really her bust i was worried about, it was more that her boobs face one way and her legs/lower area another. but, i suppose you're right - it's meant to get attention. xD and she is a powerful woman, maybe she can do the pose? XD but.. about her bust, i'm sure many loli-lovers will be mad since she originally does not have large ones XD haha
From what I can tell BRS is a character set in an alternate world and represents one pre teen girls will. BRS fights against other pre teen girls alternate world personas. The girls in our world deal with a lot of teenage drama and that effects the other world. I know it sounds confusing and its not the route I would've went in terms of storytelling or plot for the BRS character as a whole.
I've swithched to lead holders and lighter mechanical pencils to render my line art. I'm glad you like my pencil work.
Actually, that sounds like a pretty interesting plot and not too confusing. Sort of like Prince Adam/He-Man or Billy Batson/Captain Marvel then; BRS is the heroic alter ego of a normal girl. Pretty neat! I guess the idea was from somebody else, though, judging by the way you're speaking about it. Sorry to heart that; sometimes you just gotta muddle through even if it's something not quite to your taste. Compromise can be painful although it certainly makes the workday go by quicker. Just don't be afraid to put your foot down on something that really bothers you on the other hand.
Ever since I saw that first pencil-only pic of Ulala you did, I've liked your work. Mechanical pencils, huh? Hmm, I might have to try that myself. It sounds much easier to erase a mistake and then ink over it; mechanical pencil lines are so much lighter than a regular #2 pencil.