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Java Goddess Cross Stitch by RaNuit Java Goddess Cross Stitch by RaNuit
Original Artwork is copyright of Amy Brown, and is used by Artists Alley with complete and full Contracted permission...
Java Goddess

I am a professional designer of cross stitch patterns and all work I use is copyrighted not only by the original artist but the design is copyright of my company. If you wish a pattern, they can be purchased, just drop me a line and I would be more then happy to help you out.
This work uses materials created by individual companies like DMC, Wichelt, Kreinik and other wonderful companies that make amazing fabrics and threads in which I use to create these wonderful time intensive peices.

Hope you like!!
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MaeraKoz Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
This is very beautiful!

Of course it's a Goddess most americans worship without realizing it. :D Just like I do. I'm not awake until my 3rd cup at least!
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RaNuit Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2009  Professional Artisan Crafter
chuckles... oddly enough, I don't drink coffee.. think thats why my mother nabbed the finished peice and has been hoarding it for her walls at the house lol
Thanks for looking and faving!
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Linhorra Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2006  Student Artisan Crafter
Hehehe, a goddess of coffee... I like that! :D I like the swirling steam. It's very pretty.
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RaNuit Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2006  Professional Artisan Crafter
smiles.. thanks, it was a very fun peice to stitch.. based on thework of Amy. K. Brown .. she created some awesome art that I have been using... grins..
Thanks for the compliment!! Love hearing people like the work
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RaspberryUniverse Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2006
great! and great chosen design!
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RaNuit Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2006  Professional Artisan Crafter
thank you, when i designed and released her to the public for sale the cross stitch market looked at me slightly funny. But, the longer she has been out on the market the more popular she has become.
Thanks for your comment
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RaspberryUniverse Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2006
Yes, I can imagine. The cross stitch market seems to me a bit.. conservative, or not? I work as a miniature builder, and would like to mix this with my more gothic and odd interests. But thats the same..
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RaNuit Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2006  Professional Artisan Crafter
smiles...nice to see we have somthing in common on that side of things. I plan on stepping the industry into a new age of artwork. everything to this point has been laid back christianity, no daring, blood or darkness... my company focuses more to the Pagan path and i plan on adding in myth and well i want a whole section of gothic stuff, which I have yet to find an artist i like well enough to contract to the company.
I have Amy Brown of Heatherwind Designs, and Rebecca Cox ( who is online here at deviant and in my friends list ) and I have a friend of mine who created these adorable and not so squeeky clean doll like ones..
I mean you should have seen peoples faces when I came out with Sassy, laughs... its an angel in black leather pants and a crop top with large white wings on fire... i though people were going to banish me from the industry lol.
Know any artists that might fit the bill? ( and i will confess i have not had a moment to sit to look at your gallery yet, which is what i am going to do now..)
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RaspberryUniverse Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2006
*lol* yes, I see all those old ladies shocked by an angel in black leather in front of my eyes. And I know, cause my mother is also in the handicrafts business. But thats great what you are trying, I'll study your homepage, the next days. (really have to sleep now -germany you konw.... :-) ) My latest try is to mix miniature building with fashion and more gothic and fetish designs (later). I submitted my first piece some minutes ago, even if its not finished completely, if you want to see it.
Don't know an artist right away, but will think about it...
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RaNuit Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2006  Professional Artisan Crafter
smiles.. ooo I can't wait to see that now, gothic archways and transilvanian hillsides, old celtic cemetaries with the cling of mists threatening the banshee's comming....
laughs...hmm don't mind me, i get carried off in my imagination alot... hehe

and yes you arn't to far off in your thoughts on the old ladies freaking out.
Smiles.. Germany, I do not speak the language but I know with great personal love The Black Forrest...that place still haunts my mind... I was born in Larh West Germany...
Sleep Well hun
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Brynne Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2005
Love Amy Brown.
Love this piece.

Oddly enough, I'm particularly impressed with the colour-detail in the spoon. ~lol~
Totally awesome!
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RaNuit Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2005  Professional Artisan Crafter
stitching the spoon was my part LMAO.... though all around her, the smokey area is not only metallic threads but individually hand sewen diamond essence beads... ~crosses eyes~
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