Gina Marie
(@GinaMarie)

Urban Fairy
Urban Fairy by Gina Marie (@GinaMarie)

Kilimanjaro Water Color Paper 300lb cold press Koi Watercolors

Please note; I will answer all comments soon, I am behind, my aunt and grandfather passed away last week, and I have lots of mail and stuff to catch up on! Thanks for your understanding.

Category:
Humanoid
Rating:
Everyone
Class:
Undefined
Submitted:
18 years and 4 days ago
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Comments & Critiques (6)

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Posted: Monday, 24 May, 2004 @ 01:41 PM

I really like this picture you did.^-^ The colors are what caught my eye. Good Job!

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Posted: Saturday, 12 June, 2004 @ 12:45 AM

Thank you very much for the wonderful comment on my watercolor piece Urban Fairy!

Posted: Monday, 24 May, 2004 @ 05:16 PM

i'm so feelin' this art! this is so kick ass! where to begin? her look is amazing, down to the hip-hop way she crosses her arms and tilts her paper boy hat to the side. the background rocks, and makes the audience wonder if those are real wings, or if they were created by graffiti. and she looks so cool with her tough expression and light-colored accesories. wah! i'm so envious of your skill!

Posted: Saturday, 12 June, 2004 @ 12:46 AM

Thank you Marla!!! For the kick ass comment. You made my day!

Posted: Tuesday, 25 May, 2004 @ 10:36 PM

I love the wings, fantastic! The transparency and the shape is just great.

Posted: Saturday, 12 June, 2004 @ 12:49 AM

Thanks Nixve! I had fun doing the wings. For all those of you that use watercolor, try DR PH Martin's Bleed Proof White for great white transparent effects on color!

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