The throne reminds me of Gianlorenzo Bernini's Throne of St. Peter. Could that have been the inspiration? The pillars in the back, the baldacchino over the papal altar Or I may just be seeing things (but if it is, love the symbolism!)
If I were to provide any useful critique, it would be that the Hands are WAY to small, remember, a hand can cover half the face of the individual they belong to. Unless this Queen here suffers from a bone-disease case that only extends to her hands... Nevertheless, the critique aside, it's very well done, beautiful in any regard, + the fact you had patience to make something so detailed in the first place earns you an award.
So happy to be back on your gallery again !!! (no connection on my 1 week travel omg ... >.<')
What I found magical on your Queen of the night is that She is one with her throne room : her floating blue hair seems to be born into the air, her legs from the ground stone, and her left hand is like rising the pillars.
The place itself shares the life of the Queen, and I just love that feeling ( /bow ) ^_^
I feel you on the "I've been staring at this so long I'm sick of it." Especially a work as so obviously detailed as this one--the throne itself is amazing. The entire atmosphere is very well thought out, and the concept of the woman sitting in the throne with flowing ethereal hair. And while I won't say, "Hey! Get back in there RIGHT NOW!" since some space from a piece can do a lot of good, I do think that you should eventually go back to it and at least finish the smaller pieces to work on.
Her hands for instance still look like they're in the rough, blocking phase. And they're too close to her excellently worked face and bust to pass off as the "style" of her skin. And part of what is really knocking your anatamoy out of whack, at least with the arm she's leaning on, is that the shoulder of the side she's leaning should be lower than the other, which puts her at the angle she needs in order to lean back into something. I also feel that you should rework the feet/shoes for the same reason as the hands. They look too unfinished next to the glory of her dress, and it detracts from the piece to have to incogruities.
The reason I wanted to give more than just a one word feedback is because I really feel like this piece has a lot of interesting things going on with it--and you've obviously worked on it for a long time. Overall, I feel like it's a good piece that could easily become an incredible piece. Please work on it again!
ha ha. I love that fianlly "Please work on it again". Yeah maybe ill do it, coz ur right. I realize of all that stuf that can be improved i just didnt have the strenght to go no tweaking it more xD. But well, as i gave it a brake i suppose i could correct and add some stuff to it eventually.
Thnx for such a long and constructive comment, your more than welcome, i really apreciate it. ;D