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Parkour Ladyperson

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This is a great picture, if only because of all the little shards of glass flying everywhere. It's great to see so much detail put into this. Look, a female character who isn't sexualized! It's the kind of thing that makes me wish you'd make a whole movie about it. It was cool to include the date and signature. She has a good look on her face too.

You didn't really show any moving effects here. It's just all in one position. The other buildings don't seem to be red. I just now notice the rope she came in from. I think that's how she got there at least.

Reminds me of Mirrors Edge

You depict this lady in a very strong pose; she really seems purposeful in a nature, her face radiating a confidence that is refreshing. The action of her motion in this semi-chaotic scene really strengthen her purpose for the mission (as its implied) that she's on. The tattoo adds that needed sense of rebellion in her spirit, while the hair implies that needed amount of a cultured and gentle life that she has come from.

Really makes me remember Mirror's Edge, i like the colors also. The red really looks great in this image!

It's a solid piece of work but the lighting sucks the life outta it. More like shes glowing than being lit.

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