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  • If It Harm Ye None
  • Title: If It Harm Ye None
  • Artist: summer1412
  • Description: I did this for Halloween last year. The title is a line from the Pagan Rede, I thought it was fitting. *giggle*
  • Date: 03/21/2009
  • Tags: halloween gothic fantasy summer1412
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Comments (7 Comments)
  • moonxmists - 05/07/2009
  • I think I like this one best out of all your works^^ I've always wondered how these were done. I like them very much!
  • Rose Koneko - 03/29/2009
  • This image actually drew me without any comment to make for a few moments.I could honestly see buying this and framing it, and I'm very picky about what sort of art hangs in my home. The lighting was amazingly done, the background really softens and makes the image extra beautiful, and the details you've put into the girl. I love the staff as well, because while your eye is instantly drawn to her upturned face, the flash of green in the otherwise sepia tones also pulls at the viewer's attention.
  • summer1412 - 03/21/2009
  • sensora - love, obviously this is not paint on canvas, and obviously it is 3D. However, the only thing that was CG in it is the girl herself, which I modeled for the piece. The rest was painted with a Wacom tablet. It is very much still considered art, and there are high bidders for this sort of genre and medium. Educate yourself on it, you may find that you enjoy doing it yourself. =) Goddess Bless, hon
  • althazar5 - 03/21/2009
  • Sensora.. That didn't make any sense at all... This work is very good, the result of (I'm sure) practice and work! Even if it were an 'animation' ( Judging by your use of the word I doubt that you know how to apply it properly), this art could NOT be created by anybody with "the right photoshop system". Besides.... Photoshop isn't used for animating things.
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