I like the color scheme of this piece, with the blacks, whites, and shades of blue. The details of the hair and the sea foam are also nice. But I must ask, is that painted on body armor or shrink-wrapped plastic? How does she even move in that?
Chest Of Souls 1-9: The core of the story concerns Talon and Brenna. This set of 9 follows Bren and Tal from childhood to adulthood and the battle for the souls of men. The secondary characters take on a life of their own, the Ancients are awakening, all characters are pushed to their breaking point.
Prequels 1-4: (Currently working on) Will explore the 5 Ancients, their reign, and the betrayal that cost them everything.
The Sequels 10-(?): The author will address the loose ends from book 9. (Love stories, epic battles, friendships, etc.)
Ah, I see. Because as lovely as it looks, there is a bit of an issue with complete conforming armor. If it is made of metal, movement would be impossible for her. If it is some form of organic/magical substance, as you stated in the other reply, then that would be something else if it is not rigid like metal. However, when I first saw it, I instantly remembered this post addressing why armored shaped as that could actually be hazardous to the lady wearing it: [link] I've also worn armor before and I know several who wear/have worn plate armor. It's uncomfortable enough being generally shaped to the human form, regardless of material. I cant imagine having to attempt to wear armor that appears to be almost a second skin.
Ah, I see. I just see the breast/ab/every muscle-conforming armor so much and it just boggles me. But if it is a magical substance that can allow such movement and still be protective, I reckon that can work.
I will have to check out the series when I look at my local bookstore.