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dazzling by sigpras dazzling by sigpras
a session at redboom studio

model : Anneu

any comment and :+fav: would be highly appreciated

thank you all my friend !

:heart:

ps: edited framing and title... thanks for your input folks!
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:icontanathiel:
Tanathiel Aug 16, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
Absolute :+fav: on first sight :aww:
The model is absolutely amazing, and the pose you have choosen is all but fitting for her character.
I like the big contrast between her skin and the dark, black clothes/hair and sorroundings :aww:
Overall:
Another amazing picture, and a model with a stunning eyes :aww: :boogie:
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:iconpatrickstefan:
she is beautiful and the picture is very well done!!! how can i meet her? ;-)
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:iconsina7:
simply beautiful
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:iconsilraen:
Silraen Dec 17, 2005  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
The lighting is beautiful... And her eyes! They're the focus. I love this :)
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:icondlusion:
dlusion Aug 22, 2005   Photographer
Great lighting in this smooth portrait :clap:
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:iconscreamlordbyron:
I agree with ~wictb above. The lighting and composition are great, but there is something just a thouch vacant in the model's look. She doesn't quite connect fully with the viewer.
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:iconsigpras:
I think , she doesnt need to be connect with the viewer... cause she's a star :P... every one should have try to get her attention hahahaah...

thanks anyway :)
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:iconscreamlordbyron:
I think I know what you are going for here. Maybe its just me, but I don't even sense aloofness or conscious detachment (as if to say "Go ahead, make me care."). The sense I get is more like: "Hmm. Did I remember to lock my door when I left this morning?" It's just not quite "right". This, of course, is no slur on your technical skills. They are top notch both here and on the others in this series. The model is just not quite there with you. OF well, just my two cents worth. :)
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