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starvingartist's avatar

I love how you make it feel so light and ethereal! The way you integrated the little prisms of light are subtle and beautiful.

Acaciathorn's avatar

Thank you so much! :love:

OldHeadEd's avatar

Jesus, is she forming a Hadouken? A Kamehameha?


Either way, glorious stuff! Although, that bird is very hard to miss!

Theeartistkid's avatar
dragenlorden's avatar

Awesome atmosphere detected)

SandraSegovia's avatar
You draw awsome! <3
Lora-Vysotskaya's avatar
Absurd--Reality's avatar
Stunning colors and sense of motion!
m3rrychan's avatar
This is incredibly pretty!!! you  use colors in a very smart way, it just makes me happy to look at!
Acaciathorn's avatar
Obelis's avatar
The color palette is so easy on eyes, the girl is radiating the refreshing power of spring and growth to me. :D

Do those flowers in her hair have roots in her head or do they not need roots to survive? @_@
Acaciathorn's avatar
The flowers are a type of faerie glamour, meaning that they are illusions with physical substance. They reflect her health and respond to her mental state; extra flowers might grow if she's overjoyed, or they might wilt if she's experiencing deep sorrow.
Obelis's avatar
Aw, that sounds logical, and also a good indicator to help people around her know how to act with her. Do these flowers produce tiny seeds if she's feeling in the mood to reproduce? @_@
Acaciathorn's avatar
Haha, I don't think so.
She does, however, have a small faerie companion who takes the shape of a butterfly, and it can often be seen perching in her hair.
IllustratedJai's avatar
oh, oh this is so beautiful - the colours and the vibrancy is absolutely stunning and the texture is just wow, gorgeous
IllustratedJai's avatar
you're super welcome!!
CodeMonkeyArts's avatar

The magic is gorgeous! I love the pastel color scheme and the flowers are beautifully drawn and colored! I maybe a bit jealous

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