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June 28, 2008
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Alien hunt by AndreeWallin Alien hunt by AndreeWallin
Clever title huh? Yeah, my english vocabulary is awesome... Some chick chasing aliens. Thought I should practice some human forms, a lot of robots these days. ~3-4h. Cheers everyone!
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Bourne-Adrenaline Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2014  Student General Artist
anyone else notice the shadow on the wall >:o creepy
artistkarrow Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2010  Hobbyist Artist
love it looks like it be put out a sci-fi film.
SP-Groove Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2008
her face looks wonderful.
very nice job/
ebthorsenn Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2008
well i think this is more realistic than most of your other paintings and i gotta say i love it. Hope to see more of this kind from you! As said before she almost looks 3D rendered :D
Vittorio-Pellazza Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2008
Powerful look and character.
e-dog Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2008
Wicked Nice one....

Horns Up........
SelWorks Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
You are the master man!
ChrisGrisham Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2008
looks good, only crit is that left arm... looks a little flat. Makes it appear to be really short.
Ketka Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
very nice character
SeeEffEye Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2008  Professional
Really nice face, motion and environment.

The torso does bug me a little bit, like some of the other commenters. I think it's because of a few things: The equipment strapped to her back is barely discernible in value from the torso, and is positioned such that it makes the torso look thicker. The shadow shape that falls on her right arm, along with the little fold on her torso clothing just below her right arm does imply an oddly low-hanging bust, to me. Maybe that shadow and shape is supposed to be because of some more equipment hanging on her, like a shoulder holster or something, but it's hard for me to tell. I think the smoke from the gun in her left hand may be reading to some as modeling of the torso, as it did to me for a moment, thus leading to some odd impressions of her torso shape.

Her right arm bugs me a bit because of the tangent formed by her right elbow and the wall. Also, the way the forearm is foreshortened (along with the scarce definition of her hand) had me thinking for a second that she was a cyborg with a missing forearm; at first the gun looked to me like it was sticking out of her arm, as the remnants of an endoskeleton forearm. Does that make sense? Maybe it's just me who sees it this way.

Anyway, I know it's a quickie, but if you worked out some of the details of the rest of the body as thoroughly as the face, I think it would work better.

Wow. I wrote a lot. Sometimes I can't think of a thing to say (good or bad) about pieces, and sometimes I just won't shut up. As always, it's easier to be critical than to explain what works and why in a piece, at least for me, so I don't mean to sound like I am "ripping you a new one" here.
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