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Kitsora, the aura sorceress, in one of her many sets of clothing. She stalks the nights, every so often gaining a fully furred form on the nights of the Full Moon.

I spent about 5 hours on the shading alone. I am pleased with how she turned out. ^^

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This would be great for a cleric pic. Maybe even druid or some class like that in D&D. Anyways, I could see it being a great healer pic, and who's to say she couldn't hybrid into a damage dealer too for the 'stalker' aspect? :3

Neat. I offer the following critiques: 1. Not to say she isn't serious enough looking already, but I'd put a little more seriousness into her face and posture- a definite bit more of a 'don't mess with me unless you wanna get screwed' attitude. 2. Though I realize it's part of her outfit, her loincloth is just a little too revealing on the sides of her legs; if there was a bit more covering, but still some leg-side exposed, so she could be a bit more dignified in that area yet she could still be sexy. 3. The orb she has should show a bit of a pulsing nature, sort of like how a pulsar is detected (because of it's pulsing nature as it spins). Other than that, this is a very nice piece.

i love the color scheme!!

Very nice. I love the shading and light effects. The tail is very different as well, I like the green in it. While I'm not usually a fan of anime styled drawings, this one is pretty good.

Some of the issues I have with this piece would probably be the mouth, it's just too linear. The stomach could use a little more definition to.

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