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Score
4.56 / 5.00

Uploaded
Oct 23, 2015 | 5:09 PM EDT
Category
Fine Art
File Info
947 x 949 px
JPG
646.7 kb
Tags
fairy
elf
commission
copic

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Author Comments

Had a lot of fun with this commission because the client gave me full creative freedom to do whatever -- all she wanted was something related to the Elves from Lord of the Rings as well as a personalized engraving that I'll be adding later.

Drawn with ink, copic markers and rubbing alcohol (as a blender).

Hope you like it!

Reviews


cobolt70cobolt70

Rated 5 / 5 stars

The eyes, you can get lost in those eyes



SzpilmanSzpilman

Rated 5 / 5 stars

im in love with her eyes! great job.


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mrdadulencemrdadulence

Rated 5 / 5 stars

the eyes look like they were drawn in photoshop or something, its a great effect!


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Sabtastic responds:

Thanks! I went over them in pencil crayon and then blended it all together with rubbing alcohol so it'd look softer. c:


LuciaeaLuciaea

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Digging the art nouveau trend. And the boundless creativity with materials.


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megamagicmonkeymegamagicmonkey

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

It's ridiculous the level of diversity you can employ in your work. I think the best thing is how it employs hard lines except for the irises. It makes for a pretty awesome touch of mystery. With everything else so defined, it really does feel like you could get lost in them. Nice touch!


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Sabtastic responds:

Aw, thanks! c:
I get bored of sticking to one style/medium very quickly, so I tend to jump from digital to traditional a lot. Glad you like it!