That's beautifully done. Especially the subtle shift from more organic parts, as her hand and face, to the very mechanized ones....like her thighs. It is a picture which draws me in, and allows me to identify the longer I watch. I probably give it more thought than others, but what does the expression on her face tell me? I see it in context with her fingers carefully grabbing for her back....and her fingertips feel the cold steel. Does she still feel? Or is her perception already gradually shifting to incoming data. She is not in panic at all, and though her face still has no "blank" expression, one can already sense that her ability to undergo human emotional reactions is slowly fading.
Lotsa experience drawing metal surfaces. No reference for this piece. Cars are the perfect things to study for shiny metal surfaces. Also, I have this trophy back from HS with a chromed figure on top. I have studied him in various setups to analyze how reflections work on an organic human form. I like throwing hints of plausibility. For me it's so interesting to try to figure out how a cybernetic human would look under the surface. I like to make the comparison to cars. I can admire the exterior beauty of the line & curves, but I'm also fascinated with all the underlying components how they all come together to make it function.