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lilith
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Published: March 13, 2009
© 2009 - 2019 brownboots
first wife of adam, abandoned the garden of eden and was punished by god to give birth to demons.

the last of my glowy skull people.

16x24
ink, watercolor, acrylic, scrapbooking paper, high gloss md podge.

$400
Image size
1305x883px 403.28 KB
IMAGE DETAILS
Make
EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
Model
KODAK EASYSHARE V1003 ZOOM DIGITAL CAMERA
Shutter Speed
1/8 second
Aperture
F/2.8
Focal Length
8 mm
ISO Speed
160
Date Taken
Oct 30, 2007, 4:33:31 PM
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kaygirl101's avatar
kaygirl101|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Mature tag, please.
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Bell-of-Flames's avatar
Lilith is my idol! I love this! Your style is amazing.
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Woody-Lindsey-Film|Professional Filmographer
My favorite is the expressionistic flower center of the piece. It shows her vulnerability and the knee knock positions of the legs show that she has fallen from grace... that or she has to go "PEE" just kidding! wonderful piece and i added it. I love the wings! But it's the opposing colors i like the best.. They work so well together. Great job!
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RominaSantana-Art|Professional Traditional Artist
Really amazing, i love this raw aesthethic, and the way you treated lilith is quite original- a very harsh and sexual image but not in an "attractive" way, but in a very disturbing one, definetely a femme fatale :)
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brownboots's avatar
thanks, i'm glad you like it.
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Very-HandsomeAwkward's avatar
fucking amazing. i really love your work
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brownboots's avatar
thank you very much.
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KillLastSun's avatar
Great stuff! :D i like the pose shes in, and that's an interesting back story
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rdch| Traditional Artist
awesome
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erikakochanski|Professional Writer
:heart: Featured your amazing artwork in the World Of Art - No. 18.
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brownboots's avatar
thank you very much!
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thelonegunman's avatar
awesome piece, very stylish
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trickyricky's avatar
wow this is fantastic
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Masasasaki's avatar
Wow, this is very impressive! Great work!
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genkaku-kun|Student Traditional Artist
I particularly enjoy the drip and the hair-pattern.
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eiudragon's avatar
Hey, very spooky! I'm glad you posted this. I would have never thought to turn to mod podge as a glossing media. I like that I might have to give it a try once or twice
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i'm in love with mod podge, i'm starting to use it for everything, including patching up the sole of my boots, ha.

you just have to spray a fixative over watercolors to keep it from smearing out the details. the background in not mod podged though, i wanted to take a picture beforehand to avoid the glare.
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eiudragon's avatar
To avoid glare, try to light the piece on an angle and then stand directly in front of it. Most of the light will reflect elsewhere off the camera. It could take some practice getting the right wide angles for the light source but it certainly has helped me with my oil paintings
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