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Night Watch Series1 by Corona2012 Night Watch Series1 by Corona2012
I am currently creating an RPG of the Night Watch books and I'm going to put some images up to see what people think. the blue moss disappeared for some reason...
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lyadrielle Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
your photo is very beautifull :p
the style reminds me a really great book ( covers look like this picture :p)
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Mattflemz Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2011
You're cute!
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royulve Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2009
Wow! This photo suits very good in bw! By the way, you got a beautiful face to be caught on photography:) And to be honest, a great body as well:) next time you do nude photography, then i will recommend to try a pure white background with no annoying elements around, maybe placing a flash with a gold reflector in a 45 degree angle towards you when the shot is taken:) if you can't use reflector on a flash, then try to use a lamp with about 150W strenght, but cover it from giving you direct light onto yourself.
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nycterent Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2008  Professional Writer
I love the Nightwatch series. That aside, the fire looks very fake and photo-edited. Side note: why bother with fire when you managed to take a shot of such a good model with such a great expression. She holds herself well and can carry the picture without special effects.
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Corona2012 Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2008
Well it's because they were for an RPG version of the books so I wanted to have a spell of some kind which is also why it looks so overdone because it's fantacy and I wanted that distinction. Thankyou for the feedback :D
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Frank-Beer Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2008   Photographer
Extremely beautiful and perfectly done.
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Corona2012 Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2008
B&W is always easier, and I'm getting better at fire. I may do a sepia version or a series demonstating the 7 levels of twilight.

Night Watch is an awsome book and I would highly reccomend it and it's sequels.
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