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Score
4.50 / 5.00

Date
06/30/2013
Category
Illustration
File Info
1800 x 2240 px
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805.8 kb
Tags
space
future
officer02
space-chick

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Author Comments

finally..done. my badass space chick....
this has to be the longest I've ever spent on a painting. 20hours in total I think? i donno i lost count. endless days of non sleep to finish this.
tried something different..something "spacey"..think i'll paint more futuristic themes from now on.

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SeQAFSeQAF

Rated 5 / 5 stars Jul 7, 2013

I like this one! reminds me of Endless space in a way,and... Halo odst :p >> (Background,Gear)
Very Beautiful! +Favorite! :)


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Neophyte-RoninNeophyte-Ronin

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars Jun 30, 2013

Shouldn't the text be reversed for her to read?

Now, the main focus is the character, but blurring the city background to unidentifiable lengths does not help in immersing the viewer. The eye has to trace to and fro but there isn't much in the background beyond nondescript stars and what looks like distant ships.

It's hard to tell what the reason behind her urgency is, or why she has been wounded in the face. And a little hint: the face bleeds like a geyser if it's been cut. Hit it just right and boom, it's all over the place, man. Still, it's better to show the wound in some capacity. If it bled too much, we'd go from futuristic to metal real quick.

While it might be fun to delve into futuristic/sci-fi, I would not dwell there exclusively; your fantasy fare still reigns supreme. I recommend three fantasies to one futuristic, roundabouts.

Don't get me wrong--there is a bucket-load of effort and detail that went into this piece and it holds its own, but it's far from flawless, let alone perfect. It's standard rather than flawed, though. Twenty hours on one piece is still a lot of effort. I suggest you sleep more because, regardless of the good qualities I see here, the flaws would never have happened if you kept a clear, rested head. Most sci-fi horror stories happen as a direct result of scientists and technicians overexerting themselves and causing avoidable accidents in laboratories. Consider this as you delve further into the vast coldness of space.

But she is sorta bad-ass, isn't she?


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