That was exactly where I was aiming since that's the kind of woman I like (so she's still quite idealized), although I must admit she could have been a bit more muscular, but then again she's just a priestess so armor and weapons are mainly for a ceremonial purpose... I think they made a very good job with the character of Brienne of Tarth played beautifully by Gwendoline Christie on the TV series Game of Thrones, she actually looks like a real warrior... But now I'm digressing, thanks for your kind comment!
00 god i love her BUTT! I dont mean that in a lesbian way, but in a omg, a real woman, who could actually wear such armour and still walk! and she's gorgeous
Critique : I was immediately struck by the fact that you've put just as much attention and work in her face, as you have the sensual aspects. Many artists do gorgeous bods, gorgeous armour, but then the face is kind of glossed over. Not yours- amazing, unusual armour and weapon, nice and crisply executed. Beautiful, unusual body, lovely skin tones, again, executed perfectly (I'm so loving that she's not a waif, can you tell?). And the fact that she's not so skinny gives her presence, power- she looks powerful, her pose, her build. But then you've put the same amount of work into her face- her face is the kicker. Strong, independant, and the light coloured eyes draw your attention TO her face, despite other bulging... attributes. The only suggestion i would dare to make is this: the texture overlaying the close up in the back ground is a little heavy, and dark. It distracts. Having her there is awesome, but the texture could be screened back a little, a little more faint, or at least, softer in the middle. Fade the close up girl back a little more if you are worried about her overshadowing- perhaps thats the answer here? Either way, the background, though awesome, is a little too powerful.