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4.47 / 5.00

Sep 27, 2014 | 1:44 AM EDT
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1168 x 1465 px
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mercenary girl, smoke break in the galaxy's dirtiest corridor.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

That is a really weird angle to be looking at her. Her perspective is getting radical quicker than the environment's, causing the strange feeling of subject at fisheye and the rest at 3point down. Maybe simply pulling the size of the hand and foot up just a bit would help.

Cool colors and detailing tho.

LuisEC responds:

thanks for the feedback! I really just tried this angle for a challenge. It was fun to kind of figure stuff out. I'll keep that in mind though, that makes a lot of sense :D


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Nice for the effort, here. But to get a bit better for this angle...couple of suggestions. 1) brighten up a corner or two near the top. And 2) put a time stamp and date in the bottom. In essence making this a security cam shot. Then all is good. But from a personal perspective from a shooter type, not many will put a pistol off the hip at such a weird angle. Most folk tend to be right handed. Now a left mount for a holster for a right hand wouldbe backwards. a side mount like that gets snagged every where.

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LuisEC responds:

I originally did have a second light source coming from the top left but it just wasn't working out. Thanks for the feedback! I'll definitely take more care of the holster placement, I hadn't thought of those issues.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Good artwork! I really like the colors of the piece, and the lighting is good. A bit more work on getting the proportions correct would have warranted a higher rating from me. Overall, good job and keep up the great work!

LuisEC responds:

Thanks for the feedback! This was my first time trying this high angle thing and taking it to a finished piece, the proportions were definitely a challenge to manage. I'd like to try more stuff with this perspective though.