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sword_dance

Author Comments

A picture I did for a friend, not much more to it than that ;p

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wow

Your friend is very lucky


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nice but...

nice armour but her expression is lacking, she looks excited to be in combat, would have been nicer if she had a smirk on er face so she looked excited mocking and serous all at once



i cant draw but this inspired me thx

thx dude!!!


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sexy as hell :p

you all must admit it, with that sexy smile she look very sexy
she is like saying "im gonna send you to heaven before i kill you and send you to hell"
you put a very good effort in this one the body is very well drown and every detail make it very realistic

very good job! I enjoyed this a lot ^^



Way to good.

Seriously, I'd say I wish I could be half as good as this, but that's too cliche. Doesn't mean it isn't true. Everything about this picture is... dare I say it: "perfect". Well at least as far as I can tell. Shading, proportions, lighting, pose... You got it all. I probably have to examine this picture with a magnifying glass just to spot even a minor flaw.

I won't lie, I'm kinda jealous.


Merlemage responds:

Wow holy crap thanks!
Honestly I didn't think anyone liked this one, the friend I made it for instantly pointed out things he didn't like about it and that's how that goes. T^T
But I am thrilled you enjoyed it so much :)
You keep up with drawing too ok!

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Merlemage
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4.61 / 5.00

Uploaded
Oct 16, 2009 | 10:10 PM EDT
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550 x 1117 px
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484.7 kb
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