Origins by goldenwolf

Origins

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Added: Oct 08, 2002
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A female wolf studies the skull of one of her ancestors, the dire wolf.

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(it cut me off -_- I talk too much)
... a dreamy feeling.

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Yet another one of those creepy peole that stalks you on deviantart. ^_^ This is the first time I've seen this one but the texture in the fur is simply amazing. The tribal markings are nice too. The backround gives it a bit of

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Oh I love this one...lines aren't heavy...and wonder who the idiot was that left that "tattoo" comment. Evidently they have NO taste or imagination. Keep up the good work. Love the tattoo's and the jewelry in your artwork. You go girl!!!!

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This is by far my favorite.her expression,the pattern of the fur,the beatiful background and of course the skull.It makes me think of Shakespear.as usual the hands and feet are astounding keep up the wonderful work .

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It's not a tattoo.. Tribal markings are painted on traditionally, not using a needle like the way we do things now.

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I actually love this picture - maybe 'cause we've just been doing evolution and origins of species in archaeology. Very nice!

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Yes eaither the lining is too heavy or the ground needs a darker line but i love the skull but thats me i love skulls and blood i said it before and ill say it again we do indeed havethe same intrests

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it looks like a tatoo on her thigh
...how the hell do u tatoo FUR??

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oh wow! This picture is so amazingly good! It's beautiful

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I don't think the linework is heavy-handed at all. Quinton Hoover (had to make the comparison, sorry), has a slightly similar style. I love the contrast between the thick dark lines and the soft colors... it's gorgeous. Really. I am at a complete loss for adjectives, but trust me - I love this!

One question: Do you use watercolor washes for your backgrounds? *fiercely curious as to how that effect is created*

-- Tay / talia_tay@hotmail.com

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Exellent!!!!!

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Exellent!!!!!

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Exellent!!!!!

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The line work might be a bit too heavy-handed in this one, but I still love the style. Great textures. And- is it me just wanting the thong to go away, or does it look out of place? Hey- I'm nit-picking. This is wonderful.

Art at its best.