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Mature  |  Published: November 22, 2009
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From Stephen King's Carrie

Part of the solo exhibit, Teaessare Can Read, featuring illustrated scenes from classic and contemporary literary works.

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FerryQueenHobbyist General Artist
This is EXACTLY how I pictured in the novel! You've done an awesome JOB!

Sorry, but it breaks my heart just looking at this...tears 
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RhaeneryaStudent Digital Artist
yup. this is exactly like i imagined her xD very good ;3
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iheartslashersHobbyist Writer
Omg THANK YOU for making her chubby lol. She looks like she should be, from the book. 
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I'm glad to see you've made her chubby. I hadn't read the book for some time and watched the movie recently, then decided to read the book again. I had totally forgotten she was a chubby girl :|
Poor Carrie :(
Great art!
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hattafan2593Hobbyist General Artist
Why are teenage girls so cruel? And why is it ALWAYS in the locker room or bathroom? I'm sorry but you don't attack somebody when they're trying to pee or shower or change or whatever.

And SOMEHOW that's where they always are when they're bullying someone. It's like they can't do it unless they're in a urine and gym shorts scented environment.
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I always feel so sad for Carrie when I read that scene, the poor girl can't even take a shower without getting humiliated, I wonder if her classmates even understood the meaning of ''personal space''?
People like the classmates she had makes me want to vomit.
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Oh my, this scene was so heart breaking! : O I just finished reading the book, and found it great but very sad. I can't explain how much I hate Carrie's mom!

I think you've caught the atmosphere very well in this picture. Just as I'd imagine Carrie being all confused because of the fear.
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I noticed you made her chubby... just like how the book originally portrayed her.

btw she lives in the made for TV remake!
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TeaessareProfessional Digital Artist
You are the first to understand that. People keep telling me how "she wasn't that fat in the movie" completely overlooking that it's drawn from a book. Do even they still make books? Thanks very much.
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well in the original novel version of "Psycho", Normal Bates was a unattractive balding middle aged man. But they made him "handsome" in the movie.

what's up with that?
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TeaessareProfessional Digital Artist
Movies never get it right.
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this is presumably to make Normal "Sympathetic".

he retains his original appearance in the comic adaptation done by Innovation comics due to Anthony Perkens saying "no" to using his image.
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I mean norman... there is nothing normal about norman bates.

I wonder how did Carrie get her powers in the first place.
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iheartslashersHobbyist Writer
Carrie inherited her powers from her father *long spiel about fictional TK recessive genes*
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Oh, I love the way you caught her frightened expression!
I've only watched the film and I loved it. Is the book better?
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TeaessareProfessional Digital Artist
Thanks for commenting. The film is one of the best interpretations of his books. I wouldn't say one is better than the other. They are both good. Different. You should read the book.
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