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This is a digital comic, that fully 'explains' the meaning behind my painting 'Anemone on the Shore'.

I'd long been wanting to explore this medium of expression ever since I read about digital comics from this awesome deviant [link] and realised what a potential they had for expression, that I had yet untapped when thinking of the comic presented online in normal 'book' format.

This is my first experiment. I wanted my first one to be meaningful. It was fun to do, although labour intensive.. (took me around 3 weeks to get it all done!)

I am looking forward to creating more of these.

:)


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She by =meluseena presents a very touching story a lot of artists can relate to. Besides the illustrations are gorgeous and the interactive panels make it a delight to the reader. ( Suggested by Rosengeist and Featured by Thiefoworld )
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Awww.. The art is so beautiful!
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:icona-myriad-butterflies:
Y'know what? I see Inspiration as a "she", too. I thought I was the only one!

This is a lovely comic. The flashes of light and colour (that flower! :D ) against the largely muted colour scheme work so well with the message you're conveying in the story.
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ayame18 Aug 1, 2012  Student Digital Artist
:iconla-plz: This is a wonderful comic. I hope to create something this nice one day.
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:iconthorngrove:
Beautiful! I really love the art and the thoughtfulness of the words. Bravo.
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ErnestAbacus Mar 17, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
That's awfully sophisticated for a first experiment in the medium. You're a talented creature Lisa Falzon.

"...bones of an idea." Yeah, like ships and cars rather than people and cats the bones come first, and sometimes the skin. And they're definitely a collection of some of the day's flotsam. I often just wait for her too, but I'm beginning to think that is, for me, a bad habit.

I particularly like the contrast between the world owing you a home and a living, and the worthwhileness of being human. Such radically different outlooks in the same person dependent upon expression.

Very cool. (oh, and the color palette and tone are awesome.)
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meluseena Apr 2, 2012  Professional General Artist
What a thoughtful comment, thankyou :)
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EnglishModule Dec 28, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Wow. Very nice. Not only in artwork but also with the story. Well done.
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IndigoxUmbrella Dec 28, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Love. Simply love.
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:iconmoonlightwillow6:
I hope you don't mind, but I featured this poem in one of my journals here: [link]

If that's not okay with you, just let me know and I'll take it down. Thanks! :)
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