The adore that sunset bronze. It looks so majestic and holy, just like I'd expect from a character like her.
Excellent work on the head and hair. I'm currently studying heads and hair, and I must say, I love the very wide design with those cheeks, the cute nose, and that majestic, flowing hair. I love that single stray strand popping up against her clothing.
The cloth was wonderfully rendered. I love the silky-rough texture of the fabric, how it flowed so beautifully, and little wrinkle and fold marks.
My God, that bronze. I love the insane amount of detail put into the shoulder armor, and the flag. The way the colors just naturally meld and flow into one another gave the metal a very ethereal glow.
The light was majestic. I love the atmosphere of an old cathedral with a collapsed ceiling, especially those white swaths on the wall. When I unfocus my eyes, its almost like something evil is staring back at me from the darkness. Very well done!
Out of curiosity, what made you decide on Warmachine? I've been itching to get in to table top gaming but I seem to always get pulled towards Warhammer 40k. I was just wondering how you ended up making the choice?
This is great by the way. You have an amazingly confident and natural line quality.
Seriously, I love it. You rounded her face more then her fig portrays, making her look far younger (as well as took the holy wonderbra off of her too). She seems more holy and reverant now in not being sexy.
I don't mean to be a kiss-ass, but I really love seeing how much better your art has gotten over the past decade. It's inspiring, really. I'm not even talking about this specifically; you can see the growth in your PA strips.
That said, this has a lot of texture to it, which is dope, and some pretty complex lighting (at least to a schmuck like me). Props.