Gina Marie

Winter's First Kiss
Winter's First Kiss by Gina Marie (@GinaMarie)

Inspired by the fisrt snow flakes of the cold season, winter's first kiss upon my cheeks.

Kilimanjaro 300 lb. Cold Press Koi Watercolors

Finished Work
17 years and 229 days ago
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Comments & Critiques (4)

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Posted: Thursday, 18 November, 2004 @ 05:37 PM

Lovely colors. The faerie and her dress really stand against those dark, dull colors in the background, yet fit in well with the colors of the branches. I love the patterns in the background and the snowflakes are nicely rendered. The straight horizontal depiction of the faerie and the branch hurt the composition a bit, though. The background and branches are so interesting and the straight horizontal line of the branch and faerie break that up awkwardly, especially with the perpendicular of the falling dress. Also, the way her hair's blowing off to the side like it is makes either it or the flat-falling skirt look odd. Aside from those compositional issues, though, it's lovely work.

Posted: Sunday, 23 January, 2005 @ 12:07 PM

thank you, for the comments and the critque (sp?) it is always nice when some one points out the things you have over looked, it helps one to improve.

Posted: Sunday, 23 January, 2005 @ 12:08 PM

once again thank you sweetie.

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