Interestingly I once sat a chair all made fancy by using bull horns (this was on TV mind you), but this is actual bone and that is more scary I say. I like the way you have her position and even the cloths as they do express the Do not Give A Damn attitude. I do expect her to be cruel the wolverine , is rarely not seen as aggressive, I mean it even looks like she is in the darkest part of the cave. She does appear royal though base on the royal purples seen on her panties, and corset, black leathers., This is some nice work and pose again, well done.
Horn furniture and ornaments are really neat But yes, considering the throne is made out of the bones of her victims, that is a lot scarier :b I'm not actually sure if she's royal or not! Maybe just a well-off noble or something? But yeah, haha, she seems like, despite whatever her actual class may be, she's queen in her head, and that's all that matters
Reminds me of the wolverines in the Redwall series, very nice. :3
I've never really thought of wolverines as sultry before, I always pictured them as more burly and muscular and ferocious. I do keep having to scroll down as I write this because the bottom half of the picture is...distracting. So I suppose you nailed 'sultry'.
I do like the painterly style as well. However, it all feels rather floaty as the styles don't quite mesh. :S I wouldn't mind seeing a painterly approach to the characters too though. What sort of critters do you think she killed for the skulls? Are they some species, or just random skulls?
Haha, thank you for the comment and critique Again, another instance where I agree - the chair does tend to "float" disconnected from the background and subject. I did do shadows, but they're really blurry (as I was too lazy to define the edges that the crazy spiky chair shape would make :b), so there's nothing much to ground them to each other.
I haven't had much luck doing a painterly style with characters, yet. I think I'm still far too OCD :S The closest I've gotten is [link]
The left one is supposed to be a wolf skull, and the one obscured by her leg is supposed to be a bear. The top one was VERY VERY roughly inspired by some sort of ram or antelope skull, just without horns.