Eporergallen said a lot so not to repeat. The bead sheets really express the regal-ness, stress and elegant control of color with a little touch of kaoss. The draperies like lift up the picture and the flow of colors and accent your marvelous, eccentric curves. Your choice of wardrobe accents the final piece of the picture. It glows with your skin tone and help center focus on you and then explore out else where in the image.
Hmm... Excellent work. I like the subtle colors that blend in well with your body and how when going from top to bottom or even vice-versa it really give you the impression that this is a work in progress while at the same time it is a Masterpiece. I'm really impressed by the fact that you chose to use a picture frame to capture the explosive colors of your hair and design of your tattoo as if there are two distinct stories being told woven together to create something full of passion and desire. Of course I could just be reading to much into it. Either way it's simply Excellent.
oh my gosh. I love actual critiques. thank you. its a very feminine room. I didn't really think of it as a story or anything I just knew that the room reminded me of class, femenism and sensuality.I tried my best to match it with my body.
Oh trust me it doesn't take much to match anything to that body. But seriously most of the pictures that you take seem to embody those qualities class, feminism(Woot), Sensuality and strength. It definitely creates a distinct style and it shows, like I said in earlier comments such as the one in your "Asphyxiation" pic you let those emotions come out giving the viewer a sense of awe. Therefore it is easy to enjoy such great works of Art.
Oh on a side note I hope to see more of that 'Real turned on face' Lol.
Wow, I'm somebodies favorite! Well it feels good to know that Beautiful women still notice me. I will always give you what I feel to be my best unbiased opinion. Art has to be looked at from all angles and it doesn't matter if you like it or don't like it what matters is if you comments helps or hurts the artist. It is from this perspective that I address most of the pic. I critique. (But I do like your artwork regardless of my critique good or bad.)