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let's see..to start, let me reiterate how much i love your work! maybe my opinion is a little biased, but you never cease to stun me with your awesome coloring skills, more specifically the lighting! the choice of a red glow rather than blue-green really made this that much more impactful! what i love about this piece the most is the non-conformist take on a mermaid. stereotypically speaking, mermaids are bright, bubbly fairy-like creatures, whereas you've taken a turn for a darker, mysterious, unknown deep-sea creature. from her glowing red eyes to her webbed hands, she's definitely no "little mermaid." awesome work, moni!