Breeze's Delight

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Kristin Molle

Sometimes the best things can happen when you leave the window open. This girl's obviously delighted not to find a bug she has to shoo away. The young apprentice lass from 'Outlook', but this time I actually put some time into the shading of it. Pencil sketch scanned and then colored with photoshop. Many thanks to Julie Dillon's photoshop coloring tutorial for this new approach to coloring my work!

Published More than a year ago

Category Fantasy

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