I love it. So much hair. So much clothing. You two don't look particularly happy about it.I'm ready for it, though I have three books to finish.
Wow! This is astonishing!
Thanks Marty and Jan!Yes, comme d'habitude, there is drama at court.(Hence the expressions)
Oh, I love how you continued pencil back&white style! This book looks so harmonic!Beautiful work, Szaza!
Ha!! I love it Samantha!! I thought our expressions were due to the lack of oxygen. And my, what wonderful hair duos we have. (I haven't seen my hair that big since the 80's ;-)Beyond the obvious beauty of our costumes I especially adore the bird form behind us. I looks to me that it might be the shadow of my bird cast on the wall behind us, yet it still carries the ribbon in it's beak. Thank you Samantha! I am loving how my moly is turning out. :D
Beautiful continuation of the bird and ribbon thems. Also, I see a bit of Lady Orlando influence in the softly glowing pink cheeks. What fun.
I think you both look totally awsome all dreesed up like that, and beautiful, of course :DI love the soft colours in contrast with the black bird in the background ^^Rosy cheeks rules!!! :D
Thanks everyone!I am so happy you like it Lisa!A lack of oxygen combined with court dramas makes for interesting expressions. I guess that's why ladies often hid their faces behind fans.I wanted to do a very "powdered" look with super-subtle colour, and rouge on the cheeks seemed a perfect place to add a little extra pink :)
wonderful, wonderful is all I can say!
Gorgeous queens!!! ((=I wish that were me))
Thank you Emma, Olya and Anna!Olya, we can be queens in your book too. Or mermaids or something fabulous :)
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