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Batman's all business

well look who's alive....

,OMG. I had to exile myself from pretty much all things internet for the last couple of weeks while I threw myself into doing nothing but work, work, work. A builder/designer award entry deadline is due Monday, so I got slammed. Pretty much a different photoshoot every day, all week long, for two weeks. But last night I finally got the last set of photos ready for mailing and basked in the glow of being completely finished a day ahead of schedule. God, it felt good.

Meanwhile when I was away, I found out someone nominated my art for the dramione_awards! Thank you whoever nominated me! And on top of that I received this:

omfg, I'm speechless! Thank you!

Since I am through with work for at least another week or so, I get to take all next week to do nothing but draw. I plan on bustin' out at least 2 commissions and collab. project I'm working on.
Yesterday I needed to decompress, so I played around a bit with something quick and easy. And since I can never say no to the hp_fringeart's January Imitation of a Famous Work of Art Challenge....

Title: Luna
Rating: G
Notes: for the hp_fringeart January challenge: imitation of a famous work of art
Based on Luna by Charles Edward Halle. How appropriate. :)



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HP Fringeart January Challenge

I was able to sneak in some extra art this month. whee!

For the hp_fringeart January challenge. They are doing the imitation of famous art challenge again, so I couldn't resist.

Title: Reading Tea Leaves
Subject: Professor Trelawney
Rating: G
Based on: Morgan Le Fay by Frederick Sandys


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another one for the Fringeart Challenge

Since I enjoyed doing the the first submission for the hp_fringeart imitation challenge so much, I decided to do another. I'm having loads of fun doing these. This one is based Frederic Leighton's The Fisherman and the Syren, and depicts Harry in the second task of the Triwizard Tournament.
Enjoy!

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HP Fringeart Challenge

Finally finished it, and in just one night. I'm proud of myself for being on the ball. This is for the hp_fringeart January challenge of imitation of a famous artwork. Alphonse Mucha is one of my favourite artists, so naturally I couldn't resist. It's Hermione based on the Zodiac poster, I've included both the line drawing and a colored version with some reds and gold for the Gryffindor appeal.

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