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'For life to grow, life first must rot. The soil is thick with rotting leaves, old bone and mycelium. She guards over this land of old death and new life, home to the creepy crawlies... '
The first one I made in this little fae series....yes she is very heavily inspired by Brian Froud, I just love how natural his fairies/spirits are, with a bit of Linda Ravenscroft thrown in as well I guess?
I guess this falls under a 3 colour challenge. after I drew her out I picked three watercolour tubes at random: Daler-Rowney's Green Gold and Shadow as well as Winsor & Newton's Perylene Violet.......and I'm so happy with the result, the colours turned out to be perfect for this. I really love how inhuman the green gold in her skin looks.
I think I'll keep picking from my strange colour selection for the rest of the fae, just pick at random a nearly red, an nearly blue and a nearly yellow and then I can get a good range of colours without having access to the whole colour wheel. I get more interesting results this way.
I can't currently find my reference photo, it's on the broken laptop, but when it get I get it back I'll like it here.