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4.41 / 5.00

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678 x 1000 px
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Author Comments

I worked with this one until 3 am, then went to sleep, then woke up 8.30 am by a phone call and finished it. Pretty good story, hm?
About the picture; I used and ink pen, watercolors, markers and colored pencils this time.

Maybe you recognized these characters from another picture in my gallery? Well, that's because I might make them my OCs. But I have no idea of what to name them... maybe you guys could help me out...?



Rated 0 / 5 stars Mar 20, 2012

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Rated 4 / 5 stars Jan 2, 2012

That's cool

Very enticing detail. I like the strangeness of it, it makes me think about what I see yet it weirds me out at the same time. Well, in a good way. It almost looks like something kind of bad is about to happen, or like maybe something did. Quite imaginative.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Dec 24, 2011


For some reason, I'm fond of the name "Linen" for the doll creature. Or maybe Gauze, as it appears to be bleeding. For the girl, a shade of red could be a good name, considering her hair (Ruby, Carmine, Scarlet, ect.). Or even use a fabric naming scheme to match the pathwork character, like Silk, Nylon, or Jute for example.

They look like fascinating characters. I'd like to see more of them.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars Dec 22, 2011

Never trust a patchwork fellow

I really enjoy unframed compositions, and this one is very nicely done. I really like how you colored the piece; the girl's colors are particularly vibrant, and her outfit is simplistic and charming with its accentuating lace. Also, the colors in the sky look fantastic.

Cool bone frame. =]

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