Spring Giant

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Amarantha Dyuaaxchs

The antithesis of a frost giant. Personally, I like the mouse best (I suppose that's why it's in the center). It's a bit puzzled as to what the computer guru is doing with its linguistic cousin. My sister helped me edit this in Corel Photo House after I scanned in some magazine clippings. The version I'm turning in for art class is 20' by 15', and has a stained plywood window with four panes over it. In the ad, the girl was walking the chick that has become her head.

Published More than a year ago

Category Fantasy

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