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Deltigar's request by Yonaka-Yamako Deltigar's request by Yonaka-Yamako
The actual image is 9x6 inches Prismacolor pencils on textured watercolor paper. Still without a scanner so my camera had to do. Sorry about the image quality.
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Zauberwercker Nov 10, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Maybe there will be some to criticize he colouring technique. I don`t care. To me the pictureŽs expressions are much more important. This one touches me in a way I still have to think about! Thanx a lot!
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:iconyonaka-yamako:
I would like to know what it is when you figure it out.

Maybe I need to work in color more often?
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Zauberwercker Nov 10, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
IŽd love that! You have a deeper understanding of colours than me. I myself right now do my first steps working with colours.
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:iconyonaka-yamako:
You are too kind. :blush:
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Kyoshyu Aug 7, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I quite like this window into another world. :)
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:iconebonsong:
Mmm. I LOVE pencil crayons on paper. Textured WC paper just makes this gorgeous. So much nostalgia for the days I used to play with PCs.

What a cute little setting. 4-horned goat-like creatures. A shepherd resting on what could have been part of ruins from a fallen empire. It makes me wonder if the people on the land are the survivors, the slaves, or the victors of their new land.

The  beams against the trees confuse me a bit. They look like stone at the bottom, but up into the trees they look wooden. I wonder if that's a part of the old empire/land or if that was something new, recently destroyed. Same with the markers, they look a bit out of place on the road. Or maybe they're intended to be there as some special message/wards..

Love the old bee-hive style huts as well. Very cute little homes, barns, etc.
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:iconyonaka-yamako:
The beams are what's left of massive buildings that are slowly eroding and rusting.  Some of the stone are the blocks from the buildings that fell out and have been covered over time.  I'm not the best when it comes to color... >_<
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:iconebonsong:
Ooh I see. I love the colours! The value is a touch off yeah when comparing the stones to beams.
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:iconyonaka-yamako:
It's not helping I did not scan it in.  I'm still looking for the cables and power cord for that.
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