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Waiting for adventure


my entry for the simplicity september challenge
timelapse: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Smhkagl1NGI&feature=youtu.be

Oh my goodness, thanks for the feature =D

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This is fine art

RoseredTiger responds:

thanks =)

I love the peaceful aspect of this piece. She's really cute too. Keep up the good work.

RoseredTiger responds:

Thanks =)

I usually don't give five stars for art but I truly love this. The block form really struck something into me. Especially the lighting. I just followed and Favorited and if you EVER find inspiration to make a game that would be amazing too. I did read that you're not looking to make a game, just a suggestion though. Keep up the work!

RoseredTiger responds:

Thanks, I really appreciate it. And maybe at some point it will become a game, however, currently I don't have the time or know how to make a game, and I want to pursue Art

Love the simple design. I would like to see a full game just with this style :D

RoseredTiger responds:

Thanks, I thought about that while making it ....
however I don't really have the means to play a game

in 1760?

RoseredTiger responds:

I'm very confused by this question

Credits & Info

4.43 / 5.00

Sep 8, 2018
11:45 AM EDT
File Info
1920 x 1080 px
1.3 MB

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