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if I could undo your despair

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Concept for my webcomic Where Butterflies Never Die.

Edit: Thank you so much for the front page! <3

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my life ....

This is making me feel sad. . .

Awesome work. this image tells a story and leaves mystery, which makes me want to know more.

Oh, very nice! Her expression looks devastated and the shadow of a distressed person along with the unique lighting really add a lot to the tone. She could be looking at the person who's making that shadow, or it could just be there because art. I like the mystery, makes you think! The little things, like the textures of the walls, add a lot too.
I love her eyes, they're beautiful and very sad looking.

yoos responds:

Thank you for the feedback, I really appreciate it! I'm so glad to know that I managed to pull off expressing the emotions in this piece. :)

Beautiful!
You did a good job!

yoos responds:

Thanks so much!

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yoos
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