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Even if I like the overall work very much, something bothers me about the foreshortening, to make it more impressive the forearm and hand needs to be bigger and the perspective of the sword seems also a bit flat. The different color of the blade would need either a similar colored reflection because of the water, or a glow that justifies the different color somehow. just my two humble cent;-)
This is just beautiful. I like it as it is. Very much approved
Great handling the refraction on the arm to body
Really nice work and it would have been perfect if you had applied a green or something over the submerged part of the girl's body and sword, to fade it a little bit, so the difference between the two mediums would be clearer.As it is now, it,s hard to see which part is in the water and which isn't.
wow, very awesome. ^^
This is beautiful.
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