The Priestess of Elutia by aridante

The Priestess of Elutia

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Added: Dec 26, 2001
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I wanted to get my hands dirty again after doing so many digital work this past semester, Smile, so I decided to illustrate a elven priestess. Lost, of course. I'm particularly satisfied with the color palette.

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aridante's picture

hehe, now that's a first. Thanks!

tonio86's picture

this is very cool.... she reminds me of sandra bullok and michael jackson... very cool

badcreature's picture

The beauty you have in the delicate application of watercolor is nice. I was wondering if you printed out a copy of this one, and add some of your powerful pencil line in certain choice areas to give it another dimension... an impact. Her face and hair is right-on, but if some line were running through her cloak, not only would it have a texture, but also flare. Just a thought. Your stuff has tweaked my interest!!!

sferris's picture

Very nice piece Anneth. Great color, technique. Very fitting whimsical facial expression.

aridante's picture

Thank you for the kind words, guys Smile

gordillo's picture

Beautiful work!

jhoneil's picture

Well done! I love the colors and the fluidity of the composition - everything seems to flow together...

aridante's picture

Hey Terry, thanks a bunch! Yeah, *Embarrased ggl* It's about time--I was starting to get worried that all my sketching would be for naught. Heh. Smile Thanks again!

frodo's picture

She has great presents Anneth!, and I love the style that your developing...

aridante's picture

Thank you, Michael Laughing out loud
Yes, I'm satisfied with how this one came out, except for the hands, which are a wee to small *Sniff* Ah well ^o^

blissdream's picture

This is a very nice piece. Great dynamic angle, beautiful colors, and very well painted. You've captured a great gesture and expression.. she seems very much like a devout priestess.

Art at its best.