Very observant! You are correct she is missing pecs, though in my artwork I tend not to include them as I feel that sometimes pecs done incorrectly make a woman appear even more masculine.
With her enormous size and muscles I've already pushed the boundary too far, so I keep the breasts as fatty and large as possible so that she retains certain aspects that make her female. Though sometimes I will include a more "ripped" chest between the breasts if it's fitting.
This image is actually just a scrap image that I didn't put much time into as can be plainly seen with the very messy lines. However, I will be keeping those notes in mind for a future picture I'm planning on working on and will refine the scribble technique a bit better.
(I'll post fully inked, and colored pictures later on when they're good to go.)
Great work there TC. The thing I just noticed as we were talking on YIM was that i read the mouth as a chin indent and the nose as a combination of the nose and mouth.
If you nix the mouths location and put it where the nose is and draw the nose from there you'll accomplish in my opinion a great deal of perspective. Just look at it zoomed out and cover the mouth and I think you'll see what i mean.
Other than that minor detail it's fantastic work man. Poses and perspective is something i've always struggled with so for the overall work i have to say it is superb. Man it's fun having artist buddies!
What a difference! The shading really brings out her assets. And plus the usual TC2-rippage, the final version is a much sweet muscly goodness! I think you've brought your ladies' abs and torso to a new level, TC2.