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    The Beast and his Beauty

    This is a personal piece I recently completed. The idea was that this warrior night elf was rescuing her imprisoned stead, a powerful Lich Dragon. I really wanted to make the dragon have a very textured type of scales, almost rock/stone like.

    Hope you enjoy and Critiques are welcome

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    Very beautiful work! I really like how you've done the textures a lot and especially that pearly shine on the floor, and furs, very nice. I feel that the area on the feels a bit empty thats all I can say, though looks amazing.

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    Very nice.

    I had a hard time at first making out the bottom jaw of the dragon. Also, I can't really tell what she's grasping on his jaw. Otherwise, very crisp.

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    Thanks for the critiques

    MrMcPherson: Yeah I've struggled with the same thought as to whether I should put something more on the side or not. I'll have to look into it and maybe put something more, perhaps some rubble or something. We'll see.

    Bombdiggity: I agree that there is probably some confusion onto the placement of her hand. I originally just wanted her to be barely brushing her hand up to his jaw, but perhaps I'll have to make it a little more obious.

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