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Thread: Farfata (or Butterflairy)

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    Farfata (or Butterflairy)

    I used one of my silhouettes to try with a style experiment intented to be a sort of neo-Arthur-Rackham one.
    I hope You like it even if I didn't go much in details.
    It's a merely imaginary creation without any reference and I had to dress this entity, although scantily enough, so as to post the image in here.
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    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    The fairies at the bottom of my garden dont look like that lol. Nicely done Cesare
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    My husband wants to take his tooth out, hoping this fairy will visit himnice job Caesar

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    Thank You, dear Sandra! Maybe she's just the final stage of one of Your famous caterpillars.

    That's good for Your grass and flowers, dear Katie! Imagine how many visitors You would have in Your garden otherwise. Thank You!


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    My husband wants to take his tooth outhoping this fairy will visit him:D:D:D:D:D:Dnice job Caesar:):):):) 
    I hope it's not his only tooth as it seems from what You say, dear Pat, then. Usually we say "it costed to me an eye of the head" to indicate a very expensive price, insofar teeth are not more rare I presume ....
    Anyway here it's a little mouse instead, who's supposed to leave money overnight to children putting their milk teeth in some place (traditionally under their pillow).
    Thank You!
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    It is an ecstatic metamorphosis in paint Caesar ...
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    Arthur Rackham...yes very much!!

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    She's probably inebriated by too many glasses of nectar and ambrosia, thus she's dutch roll flying ... Thank You, dear Chinapete!

    Thank You, dear Margi. Arthur Rackham reminded me of my fairly good drawing talent and self taught skill, so I just had to recover one of my customer type of paper sheet adequate enough to the scope and find some useful pencil settings to give this simple drawing of mine some of his flavour.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Mi piace molto caro Cesare, bellissime le sfumature delle ali e i colori che hai scelto. Proprio un bel lavoro


    I like it very much dear Caesar, beautiful shades of the wings and colors' choice. Just a nice job
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    Beautiful dear Cesare
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