something i've been working on for about a day... anything off about it? light, anatomy, composition? etcetc
Right now, her hair is strawlike cause you painted each strand rather than let some areas be soft sections of color. I always hear you should start in sections, then do the individual strands at the very end, but not each and every one or you get that dry, coarse appearance. Her head looks great! I don't see any issues with it and you tackled a difficult angle to boot. I'd use a little different texturing on her top and sharpen up the edges too--right now the strokes are the same as you use on her skin.
From the way it looks right now, the skin on her neck looks like it is attached directly to her chin. I would use some moonlight to highlight the area between the chin and neck, right under the jaw.
Her neck also looks like it's bending unnaturally toward her right shoulder, giving her an almost rubbery look.
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along with everthing thats been said earlier i would reccomend using the same golden glow thats along the top of the face else where on the piece
it will tie everything together better and add more of a saturated skin tone to the rest of the body
well since I have found no good refs för the body, except porno chix it might look kinda weird.. think Im about done now though.
Now you've got some definition in her neck, but if I tip my head back like that, those two long muscles (sternomastoid) connecting the sides of my head to the 'notch' between my collarbones gives a nice, taut stretch. Since she's in good overall physical shape (versus overweight), bring them out a little with careful shading. Don't be afraid to give her a little muscle definition in her shoulders and arms either. If you don't make them bulky, it won't masculinize her.