AWESOME title. This came out fantastic! Great hair, great face, great pose. But the one thing I can see that appears to be off would be how her skin kind of rolls where the elbow touches it because I don't think it would be to such an extremity. In fact, I don't think it would do that at all, not visibly anyway. Other than that, the picture is perfect to me. I was a little concerned about the arm, but then I tried to do that and I was able to, so whatever, just looks a little weird is all. I adore the background on this, very beautiful work. Great job.
Damn this is a hard position. The anatomy looks great, well done!
To react on Xeno-The-Hedgehog's comment, I think the arm looks a bit weird only because of the perspective. There exist lots of photos where the limbs look a bit off, only because of the angle the photo was taken from.
I myself think it looks amazing! Love the buildings in the background and the way you colored the hair!
Thankee, though I'm really unsatisfied with the image as a whole. Then again, not much I can do about it without being able to see color properly. That and I got retarded with the hair. How the hell do you texture her hair? It's supposed to be like some crazy nimbus, but without an excess of visible curls... Accursed anime coloring and it's lack of detailed definition of form!
Tittle? Stop staring at her chest, man, you'll sprain your neck. While this may not fall under your definition of "slut," it falls into both my definition as well as the dictionary's, which reads "a woman who is sexually promiscuous." It's only heavily implied in the image through pose, color, expression, clothing and accessories. Perhaps I was not clear enough in rendering her in a fashion which directly spoke "slut" and should have had her being railed by a horse or fourteen men to drive the point home. Then again, had that been the commission, I would have had to charge substantially more, since such things are scarcely my dish and I avoid like the plague under common circumstances.
Aside, one thing that's always bothered me... People online generally aren't on phones, so why use contractions like "u" and "rly", "tho", "ur" and the like? When people write "Ur" in a sentence, my first thought is the ancient city in Mesopotamia, Thorium when people write "tho" and R'lyeh from Lovecraft at the first parsing of "rly." Is it lack of education in literacy, or overall laziness which confers to this communicative conundrum?