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    Lionariths Pictures

    Why not post my recent work.

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    Any tips or insults welcome.

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    Tips welcome indeed. . . on the end of his fangs!

    She seems to be rather unperturbed. Obviously there's a story in her lack of fear. Is that garlic or wolfsbane or something on her hat warding him off? Still. . . a certain caution would be prudent in the lassie.

    What fun!

    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Quote Originally Posted by D Akey View Post
    Tips welcome indeed. . . on the end of his fangs!

    She seems to be rather unperturbed. Obviously there's a story in her lack of fear. Is that garlic or wolfsbane or something on her hat warding him off? Still. . . a certain caution would be prudent in the lassie.

    What fun!

    I dispute the interpretation.

    I think SHE indeed should be perturbed, and in fact is nervously smiling and with a tinge of disapproval and awkwardness. I mean an odd looking mostly hairless stranger, wrapped in funny shapes made of fabric, and with a circle of leaves about its head, comes waltzing into your forest ... you should be perturbed, shocked, and somewhat annoyed. She clearly IS insulted by the lack of social graces displayed by this short smooth impudent creature, is nervously smiling although her fangs makes such a facial expression one of the more subtle ones of her kind, a subtlety lost on the crude which apparently is exemplified by the little intruder.

    I daresay any unannounced guest of the deep dark forest should bring a gift, or some small token, at the very least. Some sort of humble apologetic stance would be in order which markedly is absent the little rude imp.

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    No Insults in this forum just advise lol, wonderful painting

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkOwnt View Post
    I dispute the interpretation.

    I think SHE indeed should be perturbed, and in fact is nervously smiling and with a tinge of disapproval and awkwardness. I mean an odd looking mostly hairless stranger, wrapped in funny shapes made of fabric, and with a circle of leaves about its head, comes waltzing into your forest ... you should be perturbed, shocked, and somewhat annoyed. She clearly IS insulted by the lack of social graces displayed by this short smooth impudent creature, is nervously smiling although her fangs makes such a facial expression one of the more subtle ones of her kind, a subtlety lost on the crude which apparently is exemplified by the little intruder.

    I daresay any unannounced guest of the deep dark forest should bring a gift, or some small token, at the very least. Some sort of humble apologetic stance would be in order which markedly is absent the little rude imp.
    Hahahaha. Love it. You sound like a lawyer. Very well then. Part of me is all for it, as can be witnessed from my avatar. The other part is reaching for the wolfsbane. . .
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Quote Originally Posted by D Akey View Post
    Hahahaha. Love it. You sound like a lawyer. Very well then. Part of me is all for it, as can be witnessed from my avatar. The other part is reaching for the wolfsbane. . .
    I was going more for an indignant discombobulated Lady Grantham... oh well.

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    Welcome! You're very good at drawing illustrations indeed!
    I cannot give any complete interpretation, but it looks like she doesn't fear the huge bat at all and the latter seems be threatening her and refrain or be withheld at the same time from actually harm her.
    Now I guess You have a the true story or, at least, the original idea You started it with to explain ....
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Thanks

    Its not as poetic as you might think. Just a girl talking to a werewolf. Pretty common these days if you watch current films or play videogames .

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    Good to know werewolves can commonly speak in these days to girls naturally and without arousing any fear. LOL Not such big news, however, after all. Probably it all started with the wolf talking to little Red Riding Hood (or whatever Cappuccetto Rosso is called in English). Anyway little girls (and boys) must be careful with other kind of predators, mostly human, I guess.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Terrorbird

    Sorry for the lack of creativity, another girl/creature painting. Feel free to criticise.

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