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The Boundary by Charlie-Bowater The Boundary by Charlie-Bowater
'I am not lost. I am found
This wandered path is filled with fleeting whispers
Empty promises of better days
Silence, however, is stretching out her hand
‘This way’
Leave behind the cross roads and dead ends
You are not lost. You are found'


Something different, personal. All digital - Photoshop CS3.

Plain sketch and lots more updates on my blog: [link]

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TenderlySharp Aug 29, 2010  Professional Artist
Wonderful!
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:iconframais:
Truly beautiful! Not sure if someone else said it already, but reminds me a lot of Arthur Rackham's illustrations.
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:icondoodlepoot:
What a wonderful imagination you have! This picture is both gorgeous and inspirational.
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:iconskywayup:
wow this is gorgeous !
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:iconmorpheusdream:
I would have swear that that was traditional! Lovely atmosphere!
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:iconzeckl:
When I was child, there were some books telling the story of a rabbit.... I can't remember the name but the style of this picture reminds me a lot this little tale ! = ) In the meanwhile, it makes me think (most of your work I must admit) to Art Nouveau. Here it's about the colors, usually it's about the way you draw, very pure and the postures which are very.... sensual for some... = )
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:iconpapertigress:
Bit different, yes, but just as beautiful and even more intriguing.




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nadishe Jun 21, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
:) lovely
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:icontilwen:
wahay for arthur rackham-ish art! :) love it, it has a really traditional feel even though it is digitally done. gorgeous concept with the tree of handprints.
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Vinnora Jun 13, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
I love the atmosphere and the weight of the lines. The handprints on the tree is an interesting touch.
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