It's interesting, but I agree with a lot of the other comments. This really belongs in photomanipulation. And while it's a good photo manip, it does look really unreal (and not in the way you were going for, I don't think). The background is really distracting and the model has pretty obviously been altered in the post work. She looks really pasted on, and something about her relation to the background makes her look like she'd be about eight feet tall. It gives it a really heavy 'uncanny valley' feeling. Still, I respect that it's your style and it certainly is very unique!
And one where she's posing in a similar way as F.alt's photo: [link] plus the other photo from this set: [link] There is no editing in the stomach. Something that makes this artist's work so great is the fact that she doesn't believe in changing people's bodies to fit a certain mold.
The model looks good great pose for her, but the heavy photoshopped look takes away from her. especially that camera in the lower corner, it just sticks out way too much. Keep up the good photography but spend some more Playing with Photoshop. Maybe you were ggoing for a sureal look but then I'd have to say that it missed and again to spend some more time palying around in photoshop to smooth all those distractions out so that the eye is drawn to the model and to the background image for context and not distraction
We'd love to see this beauty in our group #SexyTattooedWomen! It's a group about sharing the beauty of tattooed, alternative style women and I think this would compliment our group's gallery perfectly!