Ok Ill try to improve. It is just that I have tried many a time to create lineless art. My gallery is full of them, some were ok but all were mediocre compared to what I envisioned them to be. I am simply trying to learn how to make my dreams exist. That is why I ask. I am sorry for bothering you repeatedly, I just needed to know from you, the creator. I ask other people about art and coloring styles and where I can get tutorials, but every time I just get idiots who do not read my blogs right and shoot their mouths off. This gives me redundant information, which makes me mad. I went through a digital art book that I recently acquired and it shows me how to do the stuff you do. However this book is meant for Photoshop users, I use manga studio 5, this leads to some technical complications. I will do my best to improve, I wont bother you again.
I love this piece. It's powerful, seductive, captivating and sly all at the same time. Your attention to detail is wonderful. Most people would not have put a run in her stocking and the fact that you did is amazing. For me, it sold the piece. She uses them enough that there is a run in one of them. This is a female who obviously knows what she is doing.
She's just the right amount of flirtatious in her expression and pose. As lively as her pose and the colors around her are, her eyes are so cool that they border on being considered soulless. (Considering the creature she is, not a bad thing.) The white roses are such a delicate touch. I like the single whole rose and then the bloom by itself farther down the picture.
The one thing I'm having trouble with is figuring out how wide the surface is that she's on. I can't tell if she's at a slant and propped up on a lot of pillows/sheets or if the surface itself is slanted. There are hints of there being more "play space" back behind her and her legs do definitely go off the edge of the surface. That's the only thing that I had a bit of a problem with. Other than that, the picture is very well done and an instant favorite. Thank you very much for sharing your hard work.