Gina Marie
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Forgotten Monarch of a Memory
Forgotten Monarch of a Memory by Gina Marie (@GinaMarie)

Atlantis - Before the Fall Atlantis wasn't always beneath the waves. Watercolor Details: Liquie Gold Leaf, Archival Gel Pens Based on the artist's pet theory about Atlantis, the vivid colors of ancient art, and pure whimsy. Prints Av. in March

Category:
Humanoid
Rating:
Everyone
Class:
Finished Work
Submitted:
17 years and 177 days ago
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Comments & Critiques (6)

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Posted: Wednesday, 05 January, 2005 @ 06:57 PM

Wow! It's not everyday that you come across a picture based on history or theory. It's very beautiful ^^. I love how detailed and colorful the background is. Very nice ^^

Posted: Sunday, 23 January, 2005 @ 12:02 PM

thank you very much!

Posted: Sunday, 23 January, 2005 @ 12:03 PM

thank you Shirley!

Posted: Thursday, 06 January, 2005 @ 09:53 PM

Amazing colours and detail... Somehow you managed to take a whole lot of pictures and mesh it together without making it look too messy... attention has also been nicely drawn to the figure in the middle... I like her pose very much... well done!

Posted: Sunday, 23 January, 2005 @ 12:04 PM

thank you ever so much, for the lovely comments on my Atlantis piece.

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