Tarot card - Magician
Makes me think of a young Clow Reed with long hair. Thats not a bad thing I love Clow Reed nice pic!!
I love this picture even more then the one I just saw.
The colors are very nice as is everything else about it.
Well, if you need my real address, not e-mail... It's not a secret ^___6 Here:
Russia, 426039, Izhewsk, Votkinskoye Shosse, house 86, # 50
You can write me here, but e-mail is better ^___^
I paint a little bit, to. But I am only an amateur. Your work is great. Want to know a little bit more about you.
I wanted to e-mail to you. But I havn´t got an e-mail-account and I didn´t want to creat one. Maybe you can send me your adresse.
Jesli chotsche po-russkij.
Sollte es angenehm sein auf deutsch.
Ou par francais.
wow you are sooooooo good at water colors! i wish i was that at them....well i'll practice more )
AWESOME pic =D
I love all the work you have posted here!!! But out of curiousity, why did you decide to do a tarot card? I love the style in which it is done, very original...
Thanks! You are the best!!!!!
I love your drawing. Its very realistic but still holds that fantasy-dreamlike feel to it. The person in it is great. Detail is wonderful and I just love it!
Yes, you are right. Magician - is the first card, that's why there is Aleph - first letter ancient Hebrew Alphabet. Disc wits star of David is Pentacle, coin.
Well, you need in special paper. You can use watercolor paper - it's special thick paper. Also you can use thick whatman. Or white cardboard. Good Luck ^__^
I LIKE THIS PICTURE ^^! the shield or crest or what ever it is, it looks like the star of david and up there its looks like.... or i forget what its called but it looks like the first letter in the Hebrew Alphabet
Your artwork is great!! The detail is excellent! I have a question. Usually when I paint with watercolor, the picture gets all wrinkled. How do you keep the paper non-wrinkled when using watercolor? I LOVE YOUR WORK!!!!!!
But it's not so good, I think...
neat picture!!!! i love the detail in it!!! bravo!!!
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