My entry for the poster challenge "A Native American Tale" at :iconManipulateThis:.
:bulletgreen: <b>Entry level:</b> 2 :bulletgreen:
<i>On a personal note, I took the "poster" part a little too literal. I frequently visit the alternative playhouse theatre in my city (you know, where the same ten actors put on the world's oddest and most inspiring plays and musicals), and their posters for their shows are always produced in this style. So, I wanted to dedicate this piece to them, and fashioned the contest poster with them in mind (hence the time and date, etc). </i>
:bulletblue:<u>The text in the background reads: </u>:bulletblue:
There were but two beneath the sky -
The thing I came to kill, and I.
I, under covert, quietly
Watched him sense eternity
From quivering brush to pointed nose
My gun to shoulder level rose.
And then I felt (I could not see)
Far off a hunter watching me.
I slowly put me rifle by,
For there were two who had to die -
The thing I wished to kill, and I.
<i>(From "The Hunter")</i>
:bulletgreen: <b><u>Stock Used:</u></b> :bulletgreen:
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