I adore it. The surreal manipulations add intrigue. I only wish her decolletage was as alabaster as her face and neck. No biggie. Still I understand that with the light source being position as such, it's not technically incorrect.
inezuuFeatured By OwnerDec 4, 2010Student General Artist
Hello. You submitted this to the Critique pool in and I'll be writing some constructive criticism.
For one, the image quality is great. The composition is good and simple, considering that it really brought my attention to her neck, but the eyebrows look a little too overwhelming, so I suggest that maybe you can make them a little lighter next time.
The colors look fairly balanced, but I can't help but notice that her forehead is a little too white compared to her neck and chest. Is this on purpose? Yes? No? The editing is realistic, but not without teeny-tiny minor flaws. For example, the left side of her neck is a little too smoothed out, and as you may know, skin is not exactly smooth. Also, on the left side where her face and her neck "meet", there is a tiny speck of light blue which doesn't exactly look quite right to me, as in, the color doesn't match with the rest of the background. It would be best if you eliminate that.
"Alice in Acidland" is a very original concept (I should have thought of that! xD ) and the way you made it work is enchanting. The expression, the simple black top, white eyelashes and messy hair is an Alice we're not quite used to. And that's brilliant. I also like the fact that you left the moles and imperfections, making it look like she's REAL, not an airbrushed "perfect" fairy.
Overall, I love it, very mysterious, and it definitely deserves a fave.