Not to say it doesn't work sometimes but I do not understand the point of the vag line. When you typically look a girl in jeans, the cloth is loose and not so skin tight that you get a bulging vag. Or is it simply that some people feel you have to draw a vag and color over it to let people know it's a female?
wow...talk about looking for things in order to see things.
1 jeans fold, its what fabric does 2 jeans have that flap part over the zipper and often over the buttons
also, lines dont naturally exist, we use them to outline forms. so on an area where light breaks a line is often drawn. it has nothing to do with defining that a character is a woman, it has to do with transferring a form to a two dimensional plane using lines.
to quote freud sometimes a cigar is just a cigar.... meaning, not everything is a sexual innuendo
You are not the only person I've seen do this and why I ask is because most people(usually male) do exaggerate that area or the breasts for sexual innuendo. Yes perhaps I'm just being unneccessarily picky, but your work even if it's just a sketch would be better if you used a reference. That "V" versus what you see here makes a huge difference.
i get the feeling you are actually confused with misinterpreting a regular zipperflap for a cameltoe. i personally very much dislike cameltoes, and making sure vaginal area is extremely well defined on a drawing doesnt even rank on my drawing priorities.
there is a difference between trying to draw something in an oversexualized way, and drawing a normal person. you will usually find was more clues than a line or two XD
It make's me remember the quote "there is no word for 'thank you' in dothraki" from Game of Thrones. In Una's case probably it could be said "there is no word for 'thank you' in Una's language.... nor 'love you'... nor 'word'... nor..."