I particularly like how you capture her facial expression and his body language.
The woman's body might be contorted just a bit oddly -- on the other hand, I haven't stretched out against any anthromorphic lupines (or is the proper term 'canids' these days?) recently, so I'm not certain.
I've encountered a number of pics with a furry and a normal human together, but usually the artist does furries brilliantly but has trouble with normal humans or does humans quite well but has trouble with anthropomorphic characters. However, you handle both types well.
It's also wonderful to see a female figure whose body has believable human proportions.
All silliness aside though, this is brilliant. Your grasp on lighting astounds me. I was trying to figure out if it was a photomanip sort of blendy thing from the thumbnail and had to come in for a closer look before realizing it was all done traditionally.
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