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Memory

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Do you remember? Remember the color... the wind... maple leaves in summertime? Silence... solitude... all gone...
My memory... the red maple will keep it forever.

Watercolor and ink. 12-14 hours. Highly inspired by Alphonse Mucha.
She reminds me of someone, but I did not use any references. Maybe I'm just dreaming...

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You see a lot of "life-like" practices in these strokes. Most cant do what you do and they use the fact it's not real to sell it on being not real. You on the other hand tend to create life on the canvas even if you're not trying to. I think it's your color shading. You got that eye. It's a masterpiece, as is much of your work.


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Luciaea responds:

Wow, thanks for the lyrical review. I greatly appreciate it =)


Do i remember the color? wind? leafs? No... I remember that there was a butt naked chick siting an my front lawn... sweet memories.


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"Wooooooaahh, a leaf..."


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A real beauty. Well done!


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Luciaea responds:

Thank you =)


This is the vision of a true artistic mind. Thank you for sharing it with us.Keep them coming


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Luciaea responds:

Thanks for the kind review!

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Luciaea
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4.39 / 5.00

Uploaded
Nov 17, 2012 | 4:04 PM EST
Category
Fine Art
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2218 x 1659 px
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2.7 mb
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