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957
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4.00 / 5.00

Uploaded
Apr 29, 2015 | 4:14 AM EDT
Category
Fine Art
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848 x 1069 px
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282.3 kb
Tags
surreal
woman
flowers
butterflies

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Acrylic painting on 16x20 inch canvas. Please rate, comments and critique are always welcome. :)

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NDSpencerNDSpencer

Rated 5 / 5 stars

My only complaint is the hands look just a tad to large, but that's a moot point cause it doesnt distract from the real work, which is the flowers, pine cones and the beautiful braided hair which adds a abundance of uniqueness to the drawing.



PlagueDocterNickPlagueDocterNick

Rated 4 / 5 stars

The colors are very interesting, but I think their delightful. I like how you drew the figure, it seems vrey rounded and thin.


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Oink-Moo responds:

Thank you, I'm glad you liked it. :) I'm still new to painting human figures so it's good to hear you liked how this one turned out.


VicariousEVicariousE

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Enchanting. Terrific work on her nose! Great sense of depth using detail. The woman's features are artistically displayed in a very soothing way, as are the colors used.

Nope, no critique here, sorry, this piece is completely satisfying to me. Are those two little yellow things, under the left and bottom red flower, your mark?


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Oink-Moo responds:

Thank you! I'm very pleased you enjoyed my work so thoroughly. I was rather pleased with her face as well, she expressed the emotion I wanted her to perfectly and even her hair worked out well.

And yes, the marks near the bottom are my insignia, which is a stylized version of my initials, HG. You can see it more clearly at the bottom of the unicorn painting. I put the insignia on the front, my last name on the side, and a full signature and title on the back. :) I don't like taking up too much space on the painting with my name so I just cover all my bases on different parts of the painting lol. Maybe one day I'll grow out of that. xD