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Suitably creepy. Well done. The red cloth gives a great contrast and the darkness of it really conveys a wet feeling.

 

I like it. :wub:

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Wow!  Really nice work.  She manages to still be beautiful while simultaneously terrifying.  Really liking the effects the shiny look gives it for conveying water.  She's practically a diorama unto herself.  Great job!

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I have only seen two horror movies ever. This reminds me of the one that involved a well and drowning...and a video tape...?

 

So well done. Shudder.

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Awesome job! The icicle looks great, as does the rest of the base. The shininess definitely reads as wet and her skin looks very drowned corpse-like.

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