mage concept


a mage concept :)

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epic artwork <3


well done man.. amazingly well done

Lol at the guy below me

I like how you comment on the inappropriateness of her heels, yet say nothing about the fact her vision is obscured by her hair, that she will have to be careful not to bust out of her shirt, and that she isn't so much wearing a skirt so much as a carefully-placed scarf. Since when did fashion have to be functional?

I really like this piece, especially the contours of her body. It's refreshing to see an artist add folds of skin where the clothing moves the flesh rather than just making the character stick thin (particularly when it's a female), and I love the contours in the musculature of her knees.

Only criticism really is that the folding of the skirt on her right looks al ittle off. Where the lighter blue band attaches to the darker material it looks a little flat, it feels like there should be a bit of thickness to the material, even if it's meant to be quite flimsy. And the fact that that side of her skirt is flayed and her hair is being tousled is also confusing when you consider that the central part of her skirt is just hanging straight down, surely that would be being blown about also? Perhaps being blown flush to her leg a little more?

Other than that I love the shading, particularly on her top. Overall a very aesthetically pleasing piece to look at. :)

Well done but..

the heels? Is she a mage or just dressing up, they look totally inappropriate.


High level of detail and a background color according incredible I is not the most appropriate could have done a building or a landscape as you are me, but the artist does not put conditions.

Credits & Info

4.26 / 5.00

Sep 17, 2010
11:12 AM EDT
File Info
833 x 1100 px
407.3 KB

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