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I just want you to know something. Several years ago I found this painting and fell in love with it. Absolutely. I loved the perspective, the palette, the personality of the creatures, and I treasured it deeply. Then I lost my laptop. For years I went without this magnificent work of art, constantly haunted by its fantastic imagery and forlorn in its departure from my possession. Today, in a desperate and hopeless gamble with literally zero context clues as to what the piece was called or how to even describe such a unique thing, I ventured on a seemingly impossible quest to find my long-lost favorite. I spend an inordinate amount of my limited time, went through a full charge of my laptop, used so many tabs that chrome wouldn't let me open another, and scoured the deepest recesses of the user-submitted-art internet until I discovered a few works on deviantart that bore no relevance to the subject other than a subjective stylistic similarity that I decided to investigate. My instincts were so right and my perseverance paid off. Sure as sin I became more and more convinced as I scrolled through your phenomenal collection of work that you were indeed the maker of my long lost painting and lo and behold praised be Skeletor I scroll upon her in all her simple elegance. I cannot express my elation to have been reunited with my painting and I also cannot express my gratitude to you for creating it. Paint on my friend. Live long and prosper.