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Jul 13, 2014 | 5:12 PM EDT
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Illustration
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728 x 1098 px
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177.5 kb
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videogame
woman
fanart
dreamfall

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My DeviantART: http://www.http://clayscence.deviantart.com/
My Youtube account: https://www.youtube.com/user/clayscenceArt
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YOU CAN CHECK THE PAINTING PROCESS HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bzTssWOpY_g&feature=youtu.be

I hope you like it!

Done in 2014

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Reviews


LemKuujaLemKuuja

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Ah, this is pretty sweet!
I wanted to ask btw... What was the preset on your smudge tool?


clayscence responds:

thank you! I have it on normal 39% intensity :)


PoireauPoireau

Rated 4 / 5 stars

The cast shadow is a nice touch, but (on a completely unrelated aspect) the hands seem odd:
- Right hand: looks like it has only 3 fingers (possibly because the thumb rests on the middle finger like it would on the index, ie it's not far back enough + the index is not even hinted at)
- Left hand: is kind of claw-like. The pinky starts a bit far away from the rest maybe, and its metacarp seems too long; the index looks like it's dislocated or something like that (or it's some sort of thumb); the thumb also looks very long before the first knucle, too. Thinking about it, I guess that's a problem of the hand's perspective: the fingers are placed like the hand was resting on the hip, but the palm is actually lifted almost perpendicular to it.