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Water is wet



Quick question, why is this rated M? I was expecting violent sadistic bloodshed :(

Nice idea

The anatomy is a little off, but apart from that it looks quite good.

I'm probably the only one who likes the more abrupt transition from body to water. I just thought it's an interesting variation.

The light blue sweep on the left is a nice addition. I'm not exactly sure why it is there, but it looks like something is going on. Some kind of movement or even magic.

Her face is nicely done, it reminds me of those "Bratz" dolls. But it clashes with the style of the body, but that could also just be me....

Good job!

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not too excited about this

I dont really like this, which is new cause I normally love your stuff.
I like the water and her face but her body just seems ugly to me. Boobs are a bit high I think, she has a huge ass, short arms...
Its skillfully done, but im used to better from you. it all seems a bit bland.

reeaallly good

The coloring is perfect. It's nicely balanced. And it moves well. Colors are bold and evocative. But then again they always are in your pieces. The transition from her legs to water is a little abrupt. And the anatomy is a little off. Nothing that couldn't be fixed with the liquify tool. If you catch me on stick cam sometime I could be more specific.

ImpendingRiot responds:

Thanks man, will do. In fact, I've caught you right now

That is...

A very nice costume you've got there. However, I find it a little busy on her right arm (our right). The straps aren't really necessary and take away from the wild look she has, in my opinion.
Nevertheless, it is a pretty solid piece. Keep it up Riot! :)

ImpendingRiot responds:

Cheers for the review :)

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4.13 / 5.00

Dec 3, 2010
6:02 PM EST
Fine Art
File Info
500 x 531 px
132.8 KB

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