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Finally somebody has created the key to the October Goddess Fantasy palace in the sky! Aaaarrrrgggghhhh!
I will use this key to steal all sorts of booty from her palace. Like the best rum, on earth, a pirate hat, treasure lots, and lots of treasure! And of course her hand in marriage, because every good pirate needs a fair lady when he's traveling the seven seas, because every pirate needs to look at some pretty.
Now i will give you some critiques ArtByStarlaMoore. they will not be pretty either Buccaneer.
My problem was the key's gears. I think you should of made them look rusty, or more shinny ArtByStarlaMoore.
But i think it is still a nice piece of work though so keep making those crafts.
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First off, this is very impressively crafted! The colors are stunning; different enough to each pop individually, but similar enough to work together perfectly. The soft coppers and bronze colors definitely create an autumnal sense, which is a sense further enhanced by the red and orange of the two gems. The details on the two leaves, as well as on each individual feather, are extraordinarily impressive and beautiful! I'm curious though, to what bird are the wings intended to belong? Or are they just generic wings with no specific kind of bird in mind? I find the shapes of the central plates (I'm not quite sure what the correct term is for these) very intriguing on account of their teeth. Gears or cogs aren't exactly something I associate with autumn, and yet, they fit in so naturally with the overall piece. I also like the inclusion of a small chain around the step of the key itself, it adds a nice amount of detail to that space and the matching colors are very pleasing to the eye. I'm exceedingly impressed with this piece, it's absolutely stunning!
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