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3.63 / 5.00

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Aug 26, 2010 | 2:50 AM EDT
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Other
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694 x 1350 px
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135 kb
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cyber
aysel
crin
vort

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Author Comments

Another human rendition of one of my characters, Aysel.

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Johnny7731Johnny7731

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Cyber fashion..(?)

It looks good in general, but green lipstick and green eyes with black and red colours.. it's a bit odd in my opinion.. :/
And ehm, it looks a bit like Cyber style when I look at her hair extensions, xD
although I'm not really sure.. she doesn't look like a stereotype though.
AND I agree with the previous comments. :3


Pasturn responds:

It's actually suppose to be orange, not red, maybe it shows up differently on your monitor? And they are crins in her hair, but she isn't suppose to look like a stereotype. xD Plus she...isn't exactly fully dressed. Her style tends to vary, really. Thanks for the comment!


untouchabledriver87untouchabledriver87

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very Nice!

I'll somewhat agree with the previous comment, but I however see it from a different view. The face and the hair are quite nice, but as the body fades to a blur it leaves you with the mystery of what she really looks like. Just my outlook on it. :) Good work though! :)


Pasturn responds:

Thank you! It's nice to get different outlooks on pieces without too much bias behind them.


KnocturneKnocturne

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Nice!

Probably the main detracting aspect of the work is the lack of detail or the overtly fuzzy treatment.

I think the face and hair is done quite well, then you kinda trail off and the body is more of a distraction than an addition to the work


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Pasturn responds:

Good critique. Yeah, I do tend to slack off a lot at the body, reminds me I need to work on it.