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David Kawena - Fables De La Fontaine 03
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Published: November 21, 2010
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Reading all the great comments and positive responds to the first 2 images form this project made me so overwhelmed and happy that I just wanted to share with you another image from it!

As there is no way I could possibly sit down and thank each and everyone of you, giving you more of my art is my humble way to thank you all :hug:

:heart: David

David Kawena 2010
"Chantons Les Fables De La Fontaine - Avec Chantal Goya Et Roger Houzel" © SONY MUSIC
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You do beautiful work - thank you for sharing it all with us!
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Beautiful portrait!
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How cute :heart: I think this is my favorite of the three I've seen for the moment ! Is this the illustration for "Le lièvre et la tortue" ? If it is it's really fitting the fable ! Good job, keep up the good work ! :iconcheerplz:
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I want to live there someday, thank you for your pictures they are amazing.
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Is it sort of used to be Holland? Because de La Fontaine is French, but the other things looks like Holland clishé's xD Love it! My dad was used to read me those when I was younger..
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It is very very cool!
I have not seen anything like it!
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cool!!! you're great
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Featured your artwork: [link]
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eikasmaProfessional General Artist
Amazing! Bravo!
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ashleyjordanHobbyist General Artist
Love his clothes....and that they are set in Holland, what beautiful tulip fields and city! Very nice rendition of this classic fable
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Dani-RattleheadStudent Digital Artist
WoooowT his is, AMAZING!! you just inspire me to move foward and try to improve in backgrounds (cause i quite suck at it :|) Yay awsome work! so delightfull :happycry:

You always wishing good days for everyone, have nice days too! you naturally make ours wonderfull with your art n.n
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cloudy0103Hobbyist Traditional Artist
wow!! this is cool!! love the colors and the poses you put the animals in!! :D lovely detail!! :heart:
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Your work is amazing.
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It... is... so... *__*
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The art of course is gorgeous. The backgrounds are beautiful, and the small scene with the characters is definitely enough to 'hook' me into wanting to know more about it. I'm unsure as of the dutch theme of the piece, as the story is attributed to Aesop (greek). It's definitely an interesting take on the fable, and purists might wonder where the shell of the tortoise is and why is the tortoise a female running against a male hare. Either way, you know that when someone starts wondering what something is about he is definitely hooked (like I am). Amazing work, as always.
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If the Hare was human he'd be gorgeous! He's gorgeous as a hare anyways though.
I'm loving these illustrations
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meyongStudent General Artist
Wahha, "Le lièvre et la Tortue" :D "Rien ne sert de courir, il faut partir à point" :)
Awesome one.
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