Really a masterpiece!!! Excellent idea, composition.....Those tones are all excellent balanced.
The work is on high and professional level........so id like spend 2 words with the same high level......but are useless details because the work.....is a masterpiece! There is some problem with the shadow of the harm (that shadow of down portion is impossible) and the shadow of the left leg is impossible....... Other shadows are ok .......and the reflection on wall haven't the same shiny of those windows
Beautiful piece of art! I love how creepy this is It's very realistic looking and I am very picky on that when it comes to photomanipulation pictures and so far you have had the best I've seen. I do have one suggestion, it might look really cool to see the girl reflecting in the tiles on either side of her. I can see the toilet and the heater but I couldn't see her. Just a thought though This all looks amazing regardless! Please do keep up your artwork!
Great idea and works well. I think the picture would be better close up though - ie able to see more detail. Or maybe if the picture was larger it might look better. the perspective is perfect. The overall result is great.
A commonplace but dark and inhospitable place for any fragile being. Your title interacts ambiguously and disquietingly with your figure. The question for someone who has no prior knowledge of zombies - is she in need of our compassion or is she some outlandish threat?
that's really cool (and creepy). It makes me wonder how she got into this awkward position, but I guess that's the mystery of it. Since you're asking for it: If I had to look for critique, I'd say give her hair a few light reflections. I think it would seem a bit more natural that way and also give her head some shape.
Shit! You are just knocking them out of the park. I happen to like the simplicity, less is more. Do what you will but this is a strong piece as it. Once again, your composition rivals that of a professional photographer, this doesn't even seem like digital work! The monochromatic palette makes for a great atmosphere and your placement of the woman is brilliant. Your choice of stock is very apt as well. My ONE critique (and this is because I've been trained in the arts of nit-pickiness)--is that little rectangle with the rounded edge at the bottom left corner. Personally its just off putting, the entire image is framed a certain way and that obstruction just seems like an oversight versus an actual choice.