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    Castle Garden

    This is a Fantasy Garden - based on Hever Castle Grounds. The Bldgs are inspired by a castle in the film Dragon Hunter. From Scratch, One Layer.
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    Ohhhhhhhh I so love this one, very nice work. You could slip this into a fairytale book.

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    Great pic. The structures are cool and I do like the colors.
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    A perfect masterpiece Skylar
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    Stunning LSB. Beautiful palette, light and shadow, love the foliage
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    Excellent LSB! Great atmosphere and I love the purple shadow color!!!
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    Very nice. The low angle makes for some intrigue, in the story sense.
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    Thanks Everybody! This was fun. It hovers somewhere between real and fantasy, which I like.
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    Very nicely done, Skylar! Im a great fan of architectural pieces!
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    another wow from me and love the pallette
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