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Score
4.66 / 5.00

Date
12/04/2009
Category
Illustration
File Info
720 x 925 px
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251.3 kb
Tags
blood
charm
annika

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Author Comments

Annika's soul turns violent...

Critiques welcome.

EDIT: Okay! Updated with some of the changes people suggested to me. Feel free to tell me it still looks like crap, haha.

EDIT: Edited again with some really minor fixes.

Reviews


xpwifixpwifi

Rated 4 / 5 stars

This is a very cool picture. There is one thing that bugs me though. The head seems out of place for some reason. It could be the coloring. I think the chroma is too high. If you were to make it mid to low chroma, I think it would fit the rest of the picture better. As for the position of the head, it should be a little higher. Her torso isn't leaning forward, so her head should be pulled up a little bit.

I'm not too certain of the figure critique, but I do know that the coloring doesn't quite match up as the background is mid chroma, the foreground is mid to low chroma, her legs and most of the torso is mid chroma and only the face has high chroma colors. This may be intentional but I think it makes the face stand out a little too much. Perhaps that blush on the her right cheek should be toned down a little.



SkullfatherSkullfather

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I have no idea what problem "hunting prey" has with this, I guess the doofus has never been in combat before and does not understand her head is more than likely in a leaning in a forward position towards her target. This is truly a masterpiece of warfare, also it kinds reminds me of me beloved Sabrina, I know I am a lucky bastard.

In closing my only suggestion is to make her face smaller by a 6th of it's size. In closing I love your work!



huntingpreyhuntingprey

Rated 1 / 5 stars

she has no neck...



InvisoBoyInvisoBoy

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Blood stained fury. Clashing of metal against sinew and bone. Once gleaming, now soiled. Once whole, now shattered. A sick but necessary realization.



chris-the-stick2chris-the-stick2

Rated 5 / 5 stars

very nice work!
if something captures the essence of the medieval battlefield, this is it.
it has the motion, the emotion, the blood and the action.
nice face expressions on both the warrior woman, and on the solider(s) that she has attacked...
good work sir!
do more!