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A pyramid may not be the best metaphor for freedom from oppression. Nonetheless, this is gorgeous.
It's great, but *why* is she lifting up her skirt? If she had a gun holster down at her boot or strapped to her leg, the whole image would make perfect sense--as it is the skin just feels gratuitous.
December 12th, 2009
The original Eastman and Laird comics did a really good job of this (particularly the City at War story arc), if you haven't read them. I agree, though, that they've been very kid-oriented ever...
It's really beautiful and has a fantastic sense of perspective, but the one patch of gore really bothers me--it clashes too much with the subdued twilight palette that makes the rest of the image...
I appreciate the crits and advice.
Dogfood, the two characters are actually the same size; it's their respective poses that make her look bigger. She looked bigger to me too, but I checked with a...
This is something I did for a final art project. The original is pen and colored pencils, and I'm not thrilled about the way the colors showed up in Photoshop (particularly the flesh tones and...
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