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The Tempest by William Shakespeare. Concept of one of the spirits.

watercolor, liners

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This set is more than likely the one's that I'm going to do for my final. The base fabric is a really sheer silk, and the wire frame structure will either be black or white, I'm not sure which yet...

The pattern gets laid out on the fabric, and then the whole sheet gets dyed. Then, I'll have to discharge out the blue/green dye to get the white veins in it, and then cut the wings out and assemble the wings. Luckily, for my final, I just have to have the fabric dyed and discharged; I don't have to have the wings fully assembled, otherwise, I might die.

Ha, bad joke.

Get it? Dye. Die.

I know, I'm horrible.

I really don't like fairy wings where the wire is all around the edge of the wings; I much prefer the fabric to be able to hang loose and flutter. Besides, I think it defeats the purpose to dye the fabric if you have to do two identical layers - you mine-as-well paint them in that case, since the thickness of the paint wouldn't matter if there are two layers, and they're stiff so they don't move!

So, hopefully, this is what my final will come out looking like!
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Character - princess Miranda from the play "The Tempest" by William Shakespeare.

It's the final design of her costume. The first one is
As you can see, I left all main elements, but changed the color, all details and the silhouette a bit. And I like the result much more ^^

This costume is already done. I'll submit some photos of princess Miranda, when I'll get them.
Next year I'm going to make costumes of prince Ferdinand and magician Prospero.

watercolor, liners, golden gel pen
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The End is Here.

I wanted to be as close as possible of the original artwork, as seen on Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Deluxe Edition Book.

Made with help of [link]
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Art by - ~Galaxy3096
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The Tempest by William Shakespeare. Magician Prospero with Ariel (spirit of the wind) and other spirits.


A2 (not incuding blu passe-partout), watercolor, copic sketch, liners, golden and silver pens.

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We can end this.

Poster for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part II
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Hi guys! I know this is a scene from the part 1, the last one.

But I really felt the conexion between both movies.

I hope you enjoy this poster ;D
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The Empire strikes back - Oil painting
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For fun!
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