This is Badass, the action that takes place though seems much deeper than what is seen though. The thing that interests me though, is that with the mech you cannot tell whether it is the one defending itself or attacking the 'ninja' and visa versa. The image can go both ways, and thats what I really like about it. this is because there is a lack of emotion in the image, but as I said... this is a good thing. It leaves the image open to interpretation. Also the single snap shot seems to let on to a larger event, this image makes me wonder why exaclty it is they are fighting. I like the way you painted the image as well. Theres a lot of detail; on the mech, the ninja and their surroundings. I can easily see the armour plating on the mechs arms and legs the individual parts that make up the whole... Like chain mail. The texture on the walls and the drums that are in the fore-ground are great as well. The explosion in the fore-ground lights the scene well, but it isnt too strong, there is still room for the background lighting that is provided by the city (which looks great). The ninja's armour looks good too and I like his blade.
One thing I also like is the inclusion on your signature on the cannister in the bottom right corner. Very subtle.
thanks a lot for your accurate comment!i'm not have a clear idea of the story beyond my pic, usually i imagine a scene or and action and the pic come to life, for this i want use the orizontal camera angle,with a strong ligth effect,for the setting i always love the sci-fi , maybe the ninja is a spy and mecha is the defensive apparatus of the industrial complex or something