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Thank you a lot ! And me I love your pseudonyme <3 <3 <3 <3 Thanks to you, Carrie joined my list ~ 

Don’t worry for your english, I understand you ! (It’s not my mothertongue too)

And sorry for the wait <3

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Hope you like it ~ @bear-girl

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So I watched Carrie last night 

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inspired me to draw

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“I saw Carrie looking in from outside, through the thick glass windows. Her face all smeared red, like an Indian with too much war paint on. But she was smiling and it wasn’t a cheerful smile, but a twisted, Cheshire Cat one.” -Norma Watson, Carrie

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so like I totally hadn’t planned on making carrie an e-girl but it kinda just happened… anyways here’s 2002!Carrie in florida :)

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Top 5 of 2020

I can just get this in under the wire. Thank you so much to @palimpsessed, @thehoneyedhufflepuff, @super-duper-twelve, @angelsfalling16, @parijpg, @carry-on-snowbazzing, @bazzybelle, @caitybuglove23, and @foolofabookwyrm for tagging me on this. You’re all such stellar creators, and I’m so chuffed you thought of me. 🥰

My top 5 artworks were selected for being milestones where I was able to push past varied artistic brick walls, whether it was a challenging environment, tricky lighting, layouts, an unruly medium, or specific effects.

1. Río: The concept for one of the stars of WTTHTM (the novel version) has already evolved since I drew this, but I love this image because it was the first time I felt like I’d managed to convincingly render a character partially submerged in water.

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2. RWRB Santa Chiara Chapel Scene: This one was a wonderful exercise in rendering a real-life location in the V&A Museum. I loved experimenting with bringing some intimacy into this public space.

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3. Margaret: The entire inktober series was so helpful for teaching me how to render an ink illustration at breakneck speed, but I love this one the best because it was the most accurate translation of mental image to paper I’d accomplished all October.

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4. Achilles and Patroclus: No one paid attention to this but me, I think, but this marked a small jump in environment rendering for me. Between the waterfall and the landscape and the light through the trees, there was a lot happening in this pic that sort of magically came together at the end.

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5. New Year’s Eve: This one made it onto the list even through it’s only a day old. I love drawing special effects and seeing if I can achieve a certain mood with a picture, and this image incorporated both in a way that felt, I dunno, powerful to me. It feels like an upgrade somehow.

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Honorable Mentions (L to R): a) When the Tides Held the Moon. The whole set of artwork related to the fic just made me really happy. It combined my loves of fairytales and bygone age old-timey illustrations, and it’s one of the reasons I’m building illustrations into the novel version of the story. b) Blue from Wayward Son completely redefined the way I draw water. C) The Golden Days Zine comic exercised all my skill sets in a single project and just generally made me extremely happy 😊 .

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I have no idea who hasn’t been tagged at this point, as I’ve seen this circulating all week long here and there. But if you are a content creator and you haven’t had a chance to do your own review of 2020, consider yourself tagged!

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