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Thread: Neil Gaiman's 'The Star'

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    Neil Gaiman's 'The Star'

    Don't know if anyone hear has read Neil Gaiman's Stardust....I love his writing and finally got around to reading this one. Finished it this morning and absolutely loved it. The movie's pretty good, too, if you ever get a chance to see it.
    Anyway, The Star is a character in the book and this is my first attempt with the chalk tool in ArtRage 3. I'm not one to challenge myself with figures, so this was quite a stretch for me. Not at all a bad way to spend a slow, rainy morning.
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    The style and the figures are so delighfully and delicately evocated in their colours and light spots! I'm not familiar with Your inspirational book, but I'm grateful to it and its author!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    I love Neil Gaiman's stuff my hubby is huge fan to a and I love the movie.
    Your picture is absolutely brilliant so delicate and light just as Yvaine should be you done a fab job on this one I hope you do more
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    I love it and I love Neil, I was actully sketching out a Delirium missing Dream to add to the collection of works I am currently working on.

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    Foxy this is outstanding.
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    This is beautiful, sensual, and passionate
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    This is beautiful and so delicate. I love it Foxy
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    I love it, Leah.
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    I can almost smell the pastel dust. Bright feeling. Has a bit of a feel like a very quick Degas using Mary Cassat's palette. Love it.
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