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...Charles Brandon was the third son of Sir William Brandon who, as Henry VII's standard bearer, had been killed by Richard III in person at the Battle of Bosworth Field. He was brought up at the court of Henry VII and became a favourite of Henry VIII. He held several posts in the royal household and distinguished himself in the French campaign of 1513. In 1515 he privately married Mary Tudor, Louis XII's (king of France) widow and Henry VIII's sister, to avoid the political difficulties surrounding the marriage — Henry was keen to acquire the gold plate and jewels which Louis had promised Mary before his death and he made it clear he would only sanction Suffolk's marriage to her if he did indeed get them. Wolsey brokered a deal, however and the couple were able to have a public wedding some months later. Suffolk supported Henry's divorce from Katherine of Aragon, in direct opposition to Wolsey, and after the latter's disgrace, his influence increased rapidly to the point where he acted as High Steward at the coronation of Anne Boleyn. He died in 1545, a year after commanding an English army invading France. Through his daughter by Mary, Frances, he was grandfather to Lady Jane Grey who would reign for nine days in 1553.
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I saw this movie recently, I though it was good and I was inspired! lol

Portrait of Anne Boleyn, played by Natalie Portman in the movie.

photoshop :)
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Again, Jonathan Rhys Meyer and Natalie Dormer as King Henri VIII and Anne Boleyn in the Tudors

Original pics: [link]
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"Candelabra snuffed, prey - silhouette wedded
Nightfall take my hand
Seduce me with silky timbred limbs
Grant me thy dark command
Over the peaks framing tapestries
Of thick forest, dusk has filled
With Lucifugous kisses enwreathed in mist
Creeping like violations from the shadows
to kill

Is my love in vein
When thy tears bleed sweeter
Than a midsummer rain?
Bewinged, infested belfries
Toll o'er the sobbing throng
A writhe of lethargic,terrored nudes
Whipped and welted neath the barbed windsong....

I am He
The crowned and conquering darkness
Satan robed in ecumenical filth
Livid Bacchus sustained by bridal echelons of slyph

This wintry eve when the snow glistens deep
And sharpened turrets wed the jewelless skies
I shrug off the shroud of prenatural sleep
Embroided by these words Malaresia scribed

"Beauty slept and angels wept
For her immortal soul
In this repose, all evil chose
To claim her for their very own"

The pleasured dead speak of her
In necromatic tongue
When ambered daylights are done
Masturbating in their graves
On her zenith to ...come....

"Never leave me"

This catafalque night when awed stars report
Their absence from the heavenly brow
Crippled seraph shalt cower in illustrious courts
Whilst the cloaked maelstron resounds throughout

"How the storm it fulfills
My heart, though unhealed
Celestial knives ebonied
And wild woods thrill
Yet far fiercer still
Her lustre eviscerates me"

Priapic lovers twist in concert with her
Covenants are struck, jagged lightning fellates
The path towards the castle weary innocence takes

I rule as Master here
Where feral hordes impart my temper
Love sank wounded when I, betrayed
Saw death etch cruelly, ...upon my lineage

"Usher the spite seething Draconist
And commit this world to thy ancient

Erubescent veil descend
Psalmed sunset thus portends
And laid to rest, I now am blessed
With this darkness...Forever more

Supreme Vampiric Evil"

Cradle of Filth (Funeral in Carpathia)


Version number 2 and my favouriteof this same.

I really loved the night atmosphere in this same work, the magic and passion are so high!


I will dedicate this work for my new friend that is so sweet and attentive, and besides all, is a great artist and deserves all the best! She is ~Darkquette from Romania, and for this, the name of my work as honour!



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Gilraen Ar-Feiniel


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Anne Boleyn, with her beautiful cranach gown

The scene takes place just before the king's accident

Original pic : [link]
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Ok, I'll stop being such a gallery whore.
It's just that my artwork lately is the only thing that keeps my mind busy with all those shitty things happening.

one thing: I know her left hand its awfully weird, but it looks just like that in the original picture because of the angle (see [link]). Suggestions to make it look better are very very welcome :heart:

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It started out with me wanting to make a manip that had topiaries in it, and blossomed into something involving royalty. Inside my mind, anything is possible (and none of it makes sense!).

Looking through 's gallery always inspires me- she's just got this incredibly awesome collection of the perfect poses! So, I know I keep using her, but it's because I admire her work.

Comments welcome, as are critiques! Enjoy.

The Queen --
Hands --
Stairs --
Stone pathway --
Her vestments -- Historical Italian Costume by git2
Pointed topiary -- "Garden" by darius9000
Rounded topiary -- (I didn't save the file so I don't know exactlywhere I got it, sorry!)
Dandelion field -- "Dandelion Everywhere" by sundstrom
Texture -- =bashcorpo
Brushes -- =flordelys-stock, ~Falln-Brushes
Clouds -- my own stock
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Picture by me of me inspire by Anne Boleyn
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She's lost, she's damned.
She's captured down under,
her only wish is to see him again.
And again, she's so lonely ...

Took a picture from the woman, added the textures and the
blue tone to the wall, coloured her face, added the tattoos ...

Comments and :+fav: are very appreciated.
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