Hey there! First of all I would like to take a moment to admire how beautifully this has been drawn, it really has given me some inspiration for what to draw in the future. I was wondering If i could use this picture to depict a character of mine in World of Warcraft?
This piece looks exactly like my OC character. I love the atmosphere of the picture, her expression, so gloomy! Like she has so many secrets. Is it okay if I use the picture as a display of my character? I'll of course credit you.
When I first saw this portrait I was like: "OMG, she is so perfect to be a RPG character with complicated story and background". I got really inspirated by this little piece of art. I'm want to ask, if I can use this in RPG browser game, as avatar of my character? I add link to your gallery in description.
Absolutely amazing piece. I faved the moment I saw it, if only because the eyes are absolutely hypnotizing against the darker tones of the background and her hair. Light eyes and dark hair are a bit of a soft spot for me The attention to individual locks in her hair is astounding. It makes me think you had a picture or a model that you based it on.
My only critiques would be on the design of the bust portion of her outfit and where the bridge of the nose sort of blends into the cheeks beneath the eyes. The chest appears to sort of be along the lines of wearing bowls over a flat chest, instead of a properly designed breast guard. Something that constricts or holds the breasts together and out of the way, such as a single piece that spans between the breasts would probably add a bit to the sleek, thief rogue appearance going on. Also, her breasts, if filling the form of the cups, would be very oddly shaped for their apparent size. Now this can be avoided by 'flattening' the cups so they merely add color contours to the dark bust instead of pointing out that the breasts are indeed there rather needlessly. Alternatively, there is the option to increase the apparent size of the breasts, such that one might find their relative size more fitting of her proportions. This would probably give her a less sleek look overall, more in line with the more commonly endowed women of fantasy. As for the bridge of the nose, I think that keeping the highlighting from the shading a little less blurred to give a more defined shape to the bridge. As it stands now, the bridge sort of looks flat on the face, as if it were swollen on either side. And one last thing I saw, the neck seems a little on the long side. Nothing that big, but I have an eye for that sort of thing.
Thank you! Thanks for the long critique you wrote, it's really helpful. I've always had trouble with things like anatomy and perspective, and it shows in this picture. I can see what you're talking about with the breasts, nose and neck.