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Spring Emergence

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Quick piece done for a private art/inspiration group. I incorporated the logo into the butterfly, as it will be a banner on the site for the month of May. =)
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dpcdpc11's avatar

Very beautiful 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼❤️

Katarjana's avatar
I love the contour lines vs the textures. The palette is amazing as well. It feels... "hyper-organic"
Katarjana's avatar
Also, the crop really drives it home for me.
Ghotire's avatar
This is so crazy good! Everything about this is perfect and amazing to me!
Andoledius's avatar
Thank you!! <3 
nikomoon2's avatar
Absolutely love this :)
StemmyBotanist's avatar
Absolutely gorgeous! ♥ 
colonel-strawberry's avatar
Wow I love the colors and this pretty lined style! This would make a really awesome mug design!
Andoledius's avatar
I hadn't even considered that, thank you! Your work is looking GORGEOUS by the way! 
colonel-strawberry's avatar
You should really start! Even a print on demand site like society6 might be a neat place to test the waters, if you haven't already, that is :) And thanks! <333
Drangelu's avatar
WAW
The design and surrealism is gorgeous!!
A Really stunning artwork!the colours are so calm, and the details of the flowers and bugs make it more realistic yet mystic.

:wow: Really beautiful!
Beautiful technique as usual...
ZackRlap's avatar
Not enough words for this masterpiece. You should have WAYYYY more followers, likes and respect than this
Farelle's avatar
this is beautiful! I love how the lineart gives it so much structure and detail, while looking clean and non dominant, while the colors are all enhancing the glow of the butterfly and I also love that the butterflies wings look as if they are melting at the tips :)
leevolt's avatar
I really love the way you mix lineart and colour. It's wonderful!
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