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Reverie of the Muse by tushantin Reverie of the Muse by tushantin
"In the sun's embrace, with sparrow's grace,
She sauntered upon the gloom
Where the filth untold, the damp and cold,
Hid treasures worth a bloom.

For every grey that homed her feet
Relished in emerald's thrill,
But nearer she drew, set in stone,
One lonesome heart lay still.

She was a silver lining in world's dismay,
And her thoughts dispelled the smog.
She was a goddess; what was I to her,
Besides a lowly frog?"

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This illustration is complementary to my poetry "Reverie of the Muse", both dedicated to Caro as a Christmas + New Year's gift. :hug: Find the poem on my blog here: [link]

Earlier on, I gave her a choice: charcoal, water colors or digital? Since her favorite Goddess deserved vibrancy, she picked water colors. Along with my traditional style, I also used a flavor of "fauvism" just to experiment. :D


Tools: Water-color Pencils and tubes, Poster Colors, White Acrylic, and Staedtler pen (for line-art). Gimp for tweaking.
Border texture: [link]
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