Gina Marie

Kaera by Gina Marie (@GinaMarie)

Koi Water Color on Arches Cold Press 300 lb. Done for the short story Healer's Magic by Laura Taylor Story can be found at:

Finished Work
18 years and 81 days ago
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Comments & Critiques (4)

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Posted: Thursday, 15 April, 2004 @ 01:49 PM

Fantastic use of watercolours - there's such a depth of colour and texture to this painting that is often lost by other watercolourists. The composition is good, as is the figurative work and the stag in the background.

Posted: Thursday, 15 April, 2004 @ 07:50 PM

Wow! Cool pic, I like the depth of the colors! ^^ You did great on it! ^~

Posted: Thursday, 15 April, 2004 @ 08:58 PM

Wow! I bow before you, mighty watercolor painter! I always have terrible trouble with paints, so I usually don't bother with them. I love the coloring job here!

Posted: Thursday, 15 April, 2004 @ 10:55 PM

Thank you everyone for all the words of encourgement...this piece Kaera was just rejected for lack of detail and refinement, at an online gallery, and I was feeling terrible till I came here, and read all these super nice comments. "I get told way to many times, it isn't fine fantasy art, but it isn't anime either...your work just doesn't fit any where...tis disheartening at times...any how thanks one and all for making me feel so much better!!!!

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