the Darkness angel

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the Darkness angel

Author Comments

this one I made for darkness angel contest
in deviantart



i love this. i must agree with the comment below. she is very lascivious. i love the pose and i especially am astonished by the tip of her sword. she is definately the queen succubus of angels. Her body is a temple of lust and beauty. u did amazing on this.

preety awesome..

Dark n sexy..reminds me alot of The personificated Scyrons and Furies they were blood-lusty women on times of looking for prey and Vicious birds when time to feed..

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ramymagdy responds:

thank you ... happy you liked it


When I look at this it seems like a Erinye or a Furies. I like the flowing affect of the fabric she is wearing and I also like how the wings and the fabric makes a circle. That circle helps make a beautiful composition. I also love how she look into the pitcher. the last thing that works well is the part were she is leaning forward and her hips are leaning back. This helps ad more dynamics to the image.

One thing that confuses me is the blood and the wings it seems like she cuts her self with her own sword? Is she self mutilating? It may be nice to show some spears in the environment closing in so it can imply she was attacked and wounded if that is the case. Also Some may feel that you have the clouds to hind the fact you lack confidence in drawing feet.

Over All it is wonderful work.

ramymagdy responds:

thank you...
I just thought It would be better if she's among the clouds ....

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Credits & Info

4.58 / 5.00

Mar 21, 2011 | 12:10 PM EDT
File Info
1800 x 1454 px
988.7 kb

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