Yet again, nice...
It's great, I love the colours and all that, but the posing is a little awkward. The axe and the tail go well together, but the- loincloth? looks a bit weird, as though she's sitting in a ditch on the bank.
I don't blame you though, proportion and perspective is a bitch.
Other than that, great work!
Ah, I see what you mean on the loincloth... kinda goes awkward...
Thank you for the thoughtful comment!
nice pic...but how do you take a bath when its green??? *sees a mutated fish dragon floating in the water* ill stick with normal water lol sweet art. btw youkick ass at drawing.
Thank you very much... being immune to acids and poisons is a good start if you wish to swim there.
Thank you very much, truly flattering ^^
Well done. Cheers!
The trees are dead, there's no life (exept her), and she's sticking her feet in polluted water. Or is it acid? Radioactive? XD Nah, just kiddin'.
...and who is that certain someone?
Acid / poison, but not radioactive ^^
Well... I haven't even drawn that certain someone yet... All due time.
What is that pendant or medal ive seen it in other artwork by you well im pretty sure i did.
She's always wearing that necklace, and she has a 2nd one that looks exactly like hers, except it has a ruby instead of an emerald. It's a small thing she keeps to remind herself about certain someone.
I'm not going to waste time complimenting all the awesomeness that every other reviewer has already pointed out, instead let me ask you this:
How come, in this barren, swampy environment... this rough, cool and battle-ready creature (love the tail and the damaged wings, they really fit the picture) ...
has such shiny, unscathed armor? :P
I'd expect her equipment to be about as roughed up as the rest.
Otherwise, amazing job, as usual.
Hahahah, ask, and I shall answer.
Hmmmmmm. Good question there. Well, I think I can whip an explanation: Though you might not know it, she hasn't been fighting anyone lately, so it could be that her armor is just fresh out from the workshop, a- Ok, partly also because I haven't added "roughed up" feature to my armors yet, but this might have just inspired me to do so in the future.
But, thank you very much!
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