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i see your soul. by testsubjectLILY i see your soul. by testsubjectLILY
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~horlogerie

:icondonotplz::iconusemyartplz:
I'd appreciate it if you comment before you fav~! :]


When your eyes come
too empty for the soul,
something happens...



I hope you can understand that o.o

From the waist down, this drawing feels too cluttered.
And I must say, that is the strangest looking umbrella I've ever done D: It's like a piece of paper on a stick.
Oh well. I think I learned a valuable lesson here--never underestimate the power of many objects in one scene.
That, and I 3P!C133 PH4!1 at shading this type of dress!


But, tell me what you think.
And I'd appreciate it if you don't fav without commenting.. ^^;
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:iconthedramaticmonarch:
There's so much I'm loving about this piece: the style, the details and the giant skirt with skull filled windows.

Great work. :)
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:icontestsubjectlily:
Thank you very much!
I truly appreciate it.
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:iconflavorlessmuffin:
That dress is gorgeous!
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:icontestsubjectlily:
Thanks! I'm glad you think so. :)
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:iconoruba:
The dress is very interesting :) Great idea! I just love the windows - so unique!
I think the umbrella looks very pretty. :nod:
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:icontestsubjectlily:
Thank you very much. ^.^
I don't usually draw this many ribbons though, hehe.
I'm glad you like it!
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chappy-lips Apr 1, 2009  Professional Traditional Artist
It's like gothic lolita, in which I'm infatuated with! <33
Aaah, her dress has such a unique design!
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:icontestsubjectlily:
Thank you deary! :)
Heh, I'm inspired by Rococo aesthetics.
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