This is so sweet! Such a lovely concept and I like the way it's sorta framed like an old photograph! I couldn't recognise Miranda or Oriana from their faces but... it's hard to make people look like specific people and everything else in the picture more than makes up for it. Would you be willing to give permission for me to at some point upload this to a page I admin on Facebook called Mass Effect Miranda Lawson? It's a small and not-so-popular page (we're not all about Miranda's ass and this may be the reason!).
We run the page as if administrated by her, so it's primarily science posts with a bit of herself and Mass Effect, the occasional fashion post (usually featuring her face model), a good dose of short-on-patience ice queen (she's not *nasty* to fans but she's not exactly falling over herself to please them or pander to their impressions of her)... plus of course a personal interest in the plight of beautiful women and the shit they have to go through to be accepted and seen as anything other than sex objects, LOL!
Your Miranda is so much gorgeous. And gosh, what a scene... you are right, there is almost no art available when it comes to this moment. It was not only a very emotional scene in ME2 but also one crucial for Miranda. Ah Mass Effect, so much good writing and so many good artists like you to expand it further
It's tragic really.... there aren't more pics of these two, and even fewer that really capture the relationship that Bioware meant to show, especially since it's a deep connection to the "Ice Queen" Miranda. Well done m'dear, well done indeed!!
Congratulations this is my new favorite ME picture ... (and that pic of Grunt holding the Collector head elewhere on this site was pretty cool) This picture tells so much story ... conveys so much character ... it is totally bloody brilliant! Really great picture!!!
LOVE LOVE LOVE!! I love the soft, beautiful, tender feel of this work. It's special because it's characters that I love, but it also makes me wonder what life would have been like to have a sister like that. It just radiates warmth!
It is a bit too sharp, but I kept it that way because I thought it contrasted well with the other two points of the triangle that break the format (where Miranda's hair comes over the edge, both soft points.)