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Goddess Nyx

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This piece was done for imagineFX competition, the theme was "Ancient greece" I painted the goddess Nyx, goddess of the night. It came in second, I was beaten by one of the digital masters, Dr. C. M. Wong(aka. Koshime), he deserved the 1st place.

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Mesmerizing...

Just...wow.
First, I clicked on this because the smaller picture had a lovely sun.
I love how the goddess's hair becomes the waterfall and disperses into the night sky. Then when I saw the night sky and the city underneath, I was just blown away! Well...maybe not, it's too peaceful to blow me away, mesmerized, I should say. I generally love the view of a city at night and this one is beautiful! I can't quite find the words to express the sensations that looking at this piece brings. If that night view was sized right, I'd love to make it my wallpaper haha
I love the idea and congrats on getting the second place! I hope you draw more things like this!

this is amazing please make more

it is so good that this is really the only thing i could think of to say about it

emiliapaw5 responds:

Thank you :) I will never stop so will definitely make more

Beautiful.

Best picture i've seen on Newgrounds today. Im sorry you lost that competition, that is HARD to beat.

emiliapaw5 responds:

Thank you very much, you should have seen the 1st place though, you would think otherwise :P

A Masterpiece

Its flawless from what i can see

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Nov 22, 2010
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