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Falling to Pieces by Janet Chui

Falling to Pieces
by Janet Chui

Prompt: Falling to Pieces
prompted by: Carol Moore, during Sketch Fest #23 (January, 2012)

Had this picture idea for a while, and didn't have a title for it until I saw this prompt! Been looking at Pre-Raphaelite art for a while, so you may see some of that influence in here. Planning on painting this some time, probably digitally or in a combination of paint and pixel.


Ellen the Million says: Oh, very cool! What an awesome idea! ~ Reply?

Carol Moore says: This is so awesome! Love the concept behind it and the title fits perfectly :D ~ Reply?

mikka says: How very frustrating that must be! Her expression says much. ~ Reply?

Jenny S. says: Really neat idea, and great realization of it! ~ Reply?

Mersea says: I love Pre-Raphaslite art! Lovely interpretation of prompt! ~ Reply?

Erich Heidewald says: What an interesting idea! ~ Reply?

Sue Rundle-Hughes says: What a wonderful idea and beautifully drawn! :) x ~ Reply?

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