I liked the Little Mermaid when it came out, until I over-thought it...she's freakin' 16...and Disney is marrying her off. That's statutory in most of the country! You did a great job of making her look more mature...and consequently, legal. NOW she can go after Prince Eric!
Thanks for sharing.
Because people lived shorter lives, they got married and had kids at younger ages than we do to day. If they didn't they risked their family line dying out.
Just want to point out that The Little Mermaid does not belong to Disney. Hans Christian Anderson created the character Ariel when he wrote The Little Mermaid in 1837. However, Flounder is ©Walt Disney Pictures.
Love the colors!
Other than that, beautiful work.
Here, though, they're less floating up and more being pushed together towards the sternum by a force that couldn't really be applied by the amount of bracing from the shell bra. It looks kind of out of place.