Aeda Mechanica

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Emily Arnould

This is a fairly bad picture I drew for some practice with the female form. As you can tell just by viewing it, I *really* need it! The name means 'Mechanical Faerie' in Spanish. (I probably have the spelling completely wrong on it - please excuse that). My Spanish teacher walked into the Art room as I was drawing this, and commented that it was an 'Aeda', or fairie. I told him that it was sort of a fairie, only it was mechanical. He then responded that it was an Aeda Mechanica, so I decided to name the drawing that. Anyways, there's a story behind this one, but I don't want to take up too much space, so anyone actually wanting to know what it is can just e-mail me.

Published More than a year ago

Category Fantasy

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