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    Cairn in the Salter Woods

    This is the first time I've had a piece I was really proud about so..yeah.
    This was done at the Illustration Master Class, in one week. It's for a short story about a boy and a ghost called Cairn in the Salter Woods.

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    Nice work!

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    Totally did not make the connection between you and your account here. Oops.

    This was really impressive to watch evolve over the week--such a solid piece.

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    Looks great, Rebbeca!


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    Really nice, I like it.

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    ...and proud you should be

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    That's pretty impressive!

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    I love the girl's expression, subtle and enigmatic.

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    yeap! great art I agree with Cory Hinman, girl's expression is amazing.

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    Very nice piece!
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    I had to have a tinker! Sorry! lol

    Really nice work - Lovely rendering style. Perhaps she's a little warped in the height department...would perhaps work better if her face fell in closer to the cross section of 'the rule of thirds' - That'd help the composition a fraction to give it stronger focus and sort her height perspective out too - maybe bring the moon in to halo her a little more too ...

    I had to have a little tinker, just to gets my thoughts straight, hope you don't mind!!

    I'm being very picky though...It's very nice indeed, especially given the medium!

    Great Work

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