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Wild Kitty


Author Comments

Started this a long while ago, but haven't worked on it until I just decided to finish it up recently. Took around 8 hours of Photoshop painting.

And on a side note: I also recently started accepting commissions, send a message to my inbox if you're interested :)

Also if you'd like to take a look at my other gallery it's at: thelazylion.deviantart


She is Beautiful!

It's all done very well! I men, the water looks perfect. As if it's really rippling, her hair looks so straight... I wish mine was like that! And nothing is showing (Private areas), all covered up nicely and just enough to show all of her wonderful body. The background is wonderful too! Looks like mountain-y areas or something. But then, yeah, it could be a swampy-like area like GokuVegetaGogetta said. And those weapons, the blade she's holding looks like it had a lot of blood on it... But it's awesome! Nevertheless! So I'd guess Amazon. But she doesn't look very buff, not that it's a bad thing! But anyways.

Beautiful man, just beautiful.

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Damn! She FINE!

Great work, I really like the environment, it looks somewhat swampy and scary... I hate swamps :<

The chick is sexy, no doubt. I think you did a great job on her stomach and hips... Dem hips man, CHILD BEARING HIPS!

I didn't really notice the modern day weapons at first, but I think they work well.

The water ripple is supreme, and the illuminated flower is bitching.

That gap between her thighs man... HNGGGGGGG.

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Credits & Info

4.56 / 5.00

Jun 10, 2012
7:03 AM EDT
File Info
799 x 1275 px
1.3 MB

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