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Most of my work comes from speedpainting every day (It was my resolution), but I wanted to slow down for this one and give you guys some of my line work. This scene really jumped out at me from how Sanderson described it.  

From the album:

The Girl who Looked Up

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13 hours ago, hoiditthroughthegrapevine said:


I love how you visualized the Nighwatcher, hauntingly beautiful, and incredibly creepy. Nice work!

Thanks, I'm glad you think so! I liked how her, the vines, and the havaa (even though Cultivation prooobably wouldn't wear one) turned out. Backgrounds are my weakness, but hopefully the plain-ness is balanced by the details in the foreground. 

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The linework on the havah, Cultivation's hair and the trees and vines is super nice. It looks a lot like Alphonse Mucha's work (the Master of Art Nouveau). Simplicity of background can be offset by a dynamic compositin (which yours definitely is). Here's one of Mucha's paintings spoilered below:





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