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"Celtic Visage" by Amy Rebecca Letts

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I'm feeling really dissatisfied at the moment. I feel I could do this better. I feel I could do everything better. This may not be a bad thing, but it doesn't make me any happier.


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20 Sep 2004:-) Emily Carding
I think it's eerie and fabulous- I've just got hold of a knotwork book, so if you want some constructive criticism, I'd say keep an eye on your up and unders...not like I'm a master or anything! At any rate, it's great to see how much you're improving- that muse works you hard, but the results are phenomenal! 2

:-) Amy Rebecca Letts replies: "It's really hard to get your weave even with so many different strands. With a few it's easy but you just go mad and your brain explodes if you have too many. Eeeek!"
20 Sep 2004:-) Meike de Nooy
*grins* I know how that feels! must be a muses wagging finger causing that.. but you can only do what you can, and I actually love this celtic thign! the eyes make for a very distant otherwordly feel, and lips (which always seem such a mission to draw to me) you captured in a knot... I really love it!

:-) Amy Rebecca Letts replies: "Yes, very Muse influenced this *my Muse looks smug in the background* and he's not finished with me yet. You've actually made me feel happier with the bits you mentioned, thanks."
21 Sep 200445 Anonymous
When I First Saw it I thought it was MEDUSA

:-) Amy Rebecca Letts replies: "Oh, I can understand that. I occassionally think it mayself when I see it from a distance. Actually I suppose I could do Medusa deliberately in this style."
21 Sep 200445 Gan8tomuch
This is probably my fav of your pics. yeah!

:-) Amy Rebecca Letts replies: "*Huge sparkly grin*"
24 Sep 200445 Fee
O how wonderful it is to be following the knots! I absolutely love this picture. I will have to comment on the eyes as well. Very otherwordly. *swoons*

:-) Amy Rebecca Letts replies: "Hi Fee! Nice to see you here. Thanks so much, I am falling deeper in love with knots myself. They are endlessly challenging, fascinating and rewarding."
31 Dec 2004:-) Kaitlyn R. Miller
WHOA. Just... whoa. You have absolutely no reason to feel dissatisfied. This is gorgeous.
10 Apr 2005:-) Virginia Adams
....Amazing. I am in love and awe and... yeah. Just awesome! ^^;
1 Jul 2005:-) Rebecca D. Hardy
WOW!! Why was this not MOds choice. This is awsome on SO many levels. I LOVE your gallery Amy. Your awsome. You love what you do I can tell. Grrreat!!!!

Rebecca
28 Sep 200545 Vera L. Hague
Wow, it's so complicated, but it has such a nice flow to it... it must have taken ages, good job!
27 Jul 2006:-) Katherine Alice Grimoldby
Ooooohhh, this is really unusual. The eyes and lips are my favourite parts, but you've done a great job allover. I'd love to try some knotwork, only I don't know if I've got the patience
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'Celtic Visage':
 • Created by: :-) Amy Rebecca Letts
 • Copyright: ©Amy Rebecca Letts. All rights reserved!

 • Keywords: Celtic, Knotwork, Queen, Sorceress, Visage
 • Categories: Woman, Women
 • Techniques: Pencil/Graphite Pen
 • Submitted: 2004-09-14 22:44:23
 • Views: 873
 • Resolution: 553x839

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