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Winterscape

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Old coverart for an old piece.

Originally I drew this little thingy in my dream diary. Later it became associated with a composition of mine.

As you might guess by looking at this drawing, the music is far better than the art...

So take a listen to it!

http://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/600762

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:D I like it. A fun scene, nice colors, nice visual arrangement.

I write down my dreams every day. Even when I'm too sick to do anything, I still write down my dreams. :P

I've written music from my dreams, but I don't recall ever drawing a scene from a dream.


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LucidShadowDreamer responds:

Thanks for leaving three reviews in quick succession like that! I truly appreciate that :3
I've picked up writing down my dreams again too, since I got myself a new dream journal :)
I hope you'll get better, on a whole.
This isn't really an exact scene from a dream of mine, though I've seen winter landscapes from time to time ;)


Dream diary? Cool idea!

But why are the craters only on the top of the moon?

Snow seems a little crude, but trees, background, and snowman are all eerily beautiful. I'm not much of an art guy. :P Good work!


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LucidShadowDreamer responds:

Dream diaries are cool, and really help a lot when you want to be able to recall most of your dreams. They're obviously not my idea though; it's actually a pretty big thing o.O

"But why are the craters only on the top of the moon?"

=> Why indeed?

I guess... Laziness?

Maybe I should redo this piece sometime. That time, WITHOUT USING STABILO PENS XD
This was drawn in school while I was bored and listening to a teacher. I still like the end result because of the atmosphere surrounding the drawing.

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Jan 7, 2015
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