|17 Sep 2004|| Ida Isaksen|
I really like her. I like the inking. I like the look in her eyes. She seems like a hardball. And I think she is really smart.
|22 Oct 2004|| Daniel L. Bergkvist|
I really like the boots. The inking is good in general, but I really like the leather on the boots.
|21 May 2005|| Abigail Rose|
I like her! pity her for her boobs, as many out there have already said
but i like her! It looks like she is completely sure of herself, I like how you actually drew her in jeans, and the gun is great, me wants, but I like the boots and the jacket cape thingy... very nice! very stylistic.
|5 Sep 2005|| Jericho|
BOOBIES!!!BOOBIES!!!TITIES!!MELONS!!TIG O'L BITTIES!!!MILK JUGS!! lol
|15 Sep 2005|| Fireborn|
I want that gun! The girl can come too though.
|2 Nov 2005|| Mahesh patel|
Boy, people sure are mature about her breasts, ne? Great detailing!
|13 Dec 2005|| Raveana|
I think the proportions are fine, if it's the art style you're going for. Great detail, love the coat, capey, thing.... Oh never mind! (oh yeah, it's a trench coat, right? 0_o)
|31 Dec 2005|| Afsoneh|
*sigh...There goes her shirt. :\
hee hee...I think you should draw a chubby person sometime...Or atleast a normal sized person... They can kickass too.
but i really like how you drew her standing on something and didn't add a background...very artsy.
|3 Jan 2006|| Spetulhu|
Hey, it's the dark future. Big guns, big boots, big boobs. Everything can be bought if you have money to pay the fixers, techs and medtechs with.
|28 Nov 2007|| David "Survivalist" Auer|
Those breasts are actually a result of genetic engineering and contain enough nutrients to keep her alive for upwards of a month without arousing suspicion on more primitive worlds where primitive minds see "BOOBIES" and ignore the apparent impracticality of such features. Women have learned for years untold how to walk with harsh conditions such as pregnancy and in high heels; who is to say they cannot adapt to large bosoms? I worry about the fantasies which impose such burdens upon women. This said, I have, however, seen far less plausible fantasies. I think women should be appreciated regardless of the their shape and not judged according to their form.