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Good vs Evil



This was my entry for Wacom - Bring your vision to life contest and I've been working very hard on this for the last week! My initial idea for the contests theme "Good versus Evil" was to potray something from a genre full of good versus evil; fairytales.

I wanted to do the personification of good (in my eyes the innocence of a child) placed in the middle of all the bad and evil. Since I chose to do a child as good i kept on with the theme that the evil would be the dark menacing forest, in the middle of the night creeping with monsters and scary things like many fairytales do. Yet she is safe and completely relaxed in her innocence, trusting in the light and the companions around her knowing that in fairytales, the good always wins no matter how much evil there is surrounding it. (Well, mostly at least ;) )


Mixed media work with all photos and painted parts except the following belonging to me;

Thank you to DarkMaiden-Stock for the beautiful stock of her gorgeous daughter that fitted so perfectly in this scene. The original model stock can be found here:… :heart:

Also big thanks to hatestock for inspiring photos of birds which i used as references for painting the ones in the image. Original stock used for reference can found here:… and… :heart:

My art is NOT stock. You do NOT have my permission to use my artworks for anything other than reposting it UN-EDITED with full credit to Cathrine Langwagen and a link back to my website by the image if you do. My art is NOT in the public domain, it is copyrighted to me Cathrine ( or Katrine / Kat ) P. Langwagen and I reserve all rights to distribute, modify, post or sell my artworks. If you want to use my artworks for any project or business idea you may have, you have to purchase a licence from me. Please contact me at to discuss this with me.
Image details
Image size
2112x2816px 3.85 MB
Shutter Speed
1/202 second
Focal Length
6 mm
Date Taken
May 14, 2008, 9:10:06 AM
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