All that I loved is gone. by enayla

All that I loved is gone.

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Added: Feb 09, 2003
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She said,"The moon has fallen into a sea of dirt, and all that I loved is gone."They said,"There is still the sea. The clouds. The earth."She said,"The ground slides, filthy and bedraggled, into the melting earth, and all that I loved is gone."They said,"There is still the sea. The clouds."She said,"The sea is but a stench - it devours but it does not live. All that I loved... is gone."They said,"But the clouds. We still have the clouds."She said,"The clouds are veils of sulphur and acid rain."They said,"We love the rain."She said,"All that I loved is gone."

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wow...

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oh how pretty and sad too your art has always had a dark or meloncholy touch to it i also love the fact that you cand write AND draw god i'd kill to be able to do that i love your poetry and short stories that usually come with your pics they are just as pretty as the picture itself as a aspiring writer i find your work to be highly inspiring

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A very nice drawing.. I couldn't ever make something like this. It might be just me, though.. but the composition seems a bit off. The right part of the picture seems a bit empty, with only the sky.. while most of your art usually has a great composition some lack balance in my mind's eye ^^; Just nitpicking though. I still love and admire your drawing skills. My e-mail is industrialglamour@hotmail.com - just to prove I'm not a 'flamer'.

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you work touches my soul.

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I love your art! It rules!

paiensky's picture

This image is awe-inspiring, as always. I especially the bottom of the dress melting into the waves, slowly disintegrating. Not to mention that half fish half bones is actually very attention-catching. Smile

eilidh's picture

Oh! I had written a comment on this one, but it seems ir was lost. Sad

Anyhow... what I said is that this is (undoubtedly) a very beautiful image; my favourite part is the bottom of it, where the dress mingles with the turbulent waters -- it is full of power in that spot. The details throughout the image are a wonderful touch, characteristic of your work. Well done, Linda!

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dude girl, i dont kno why u're not world famous. Seriously ur stuff is museum quality. Well i adore it. You better become famous sometime during ur life Smile. When u do...i can say... "i knew it." Smile. Good work, i've never seen art that is so visually appealing.

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hehe uh hello just wanted to say how much i admire this like everyone else. my drawing stlye is completly opposite of yours(really surgary sweet enough to make you gag)but i still can't help admiring this.sorry i'll stop talking.

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The water and clouds look so real. The painting has an almost 18th century painting/ nature study, except for the fantasy touches.

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Amazing details! Your background, and the fish with bones are increadable! It is quite sad though. But beautiful!

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Great work! I really enjoyed looking into the depths of her sadness, and the details in her dress and the water. The fish were a nice touch. My favorite part was her hair, though; it just really expresses not caring anymore. The poem really adds something to the picture as well! It inspires me to draw (although they always look bad) yet again ^.^

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My oh my.. I can't fathom what made you put together this beautiful piece of artwork. I've been a fan of yours for some weeks now, but this particular piece just blew my mind when I looked at it. She looks so sad.. and the poem.. ohh. To me, she's an untouchable.. the ones you want to help, but their misery and sadness are endless, horrid things, that are visible even in the way they smile. Oh, Linda, Bravo... shes exquisite, even in her sadness.

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WOW! I am captivated in this image. It shows pain and soorow things that most frecquently show up in my life too. So beautiful!

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I love the way she's standing. Her stance is one of tired resignation. Her shoulders aren't held up, her back isn't arched, and she's staring mutely as if waiting for a big wave to crash over her and carry her to the depths. Even though she's obviously not trying to seduce anyone, she is very beautiful. I'm a fan of your gallery, and this is by far my favorite. At first I thought I wouldn't find a favorite, having started at the back and worked forward. Strange how my favorite was the very last one.

I hope you keep on chuggin'.

Roarke

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all i can say is OMIGOD in a breathless voice!

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Beautiful... I love those fish! Your artwork is beautful, but I've noticed the figures are always so very still, like they were carved, not drawn. Those fish, though... they're moving.

kegie's picture

Amazing as always =)
I love the incredible work you've done with the water, and the colours are wonderful. Oh, and of course the anatomy and her face are incredible. <3!

bloom797's picture

Hello, I don't think I have even commented before on anything of yours...I did write you an email a while ago(which you did respond!) And I thnak you for the comments on my own work.
I really like this picture, not just the colors, or the lovely face, but the mood is very sad; and of loss. I wonder if you had inspiration for this?? It makes me think of the enviroment, and what we are doing to the earth...at least that is what I am getting from the picture
Anyway, I look forward to the next piece....take care
~carrie
http://bloom797.epilogue.net

christar's picture

Leeeeenda. Linda linda linda. LINDA. Smile

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I LOVE this pic! I really enjoy your work, especially this one it is just so beautiful!

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I cannot help but enjoy that you put more than simply digital paint upon canvas, but that you go in depth to add a mood and theme to the picture. Thechildlike features of the girl in the picture, the dark, mottled, slightly yellowgreenish-grey tone given to the clouds. The uses of oranges and reds in the water is amazing as well, not to mention the way the waves sway and roll, an unstoppable path of manmade destruction. The text itself gives a wonderful image of a child, beloved of the forests and natural world, realizing for the first time what man has done to it. Beautiful work, absolutely wonderful use of color and texture. I hope that in the nine years it takes me to reach twenty-five, that I can bring my own style to this standard.

-Avaiya-

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Not only is this a beautiful pic (again..), but the text really touched me.
Last week, and friend of mine committed suicide, because gis boyfriend, his life, died 2 days earlier in a car crash. After he gave up his whole family to be with him 9 years ago, he decided he couldn't live without him, so he joined him....
This is probably how he must have felt those two days....

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Beautiful...

thrax-1's picture

1 more thing! for the first time, im quite taken by your writing.

thrax-1's picture

i think this is my favourite.your darkness has changed.its evolved to being more subtle,hhmmm,its not so blatant i guess im saying.well if i'm wrong,im sorry,but its definetely different Smile thats very impressive linda.

marielu's picture

I absolutely love this picture~ O_O The composition and idea are just amazing...those fish really fascinated me, the way they alternate between skeleton and flesh, and her dress and general mood are wonderful. You are the greatest inspiration! *bows*

blueunicorn's picture

Oh my! You have the most facinating imagination!

Guest's picture

beautiful, simple beautiful... if only i could be as good as you...

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enchanting. loving the colors and the overall feel. good detial, love the eyes the hair is interesting but the seascape and dress are just wonderful. overall its.. enchanting.

Art at its best.