Original Wallpaper: Haru no Sakura

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just realized the title sounds like 'haruno sakura' from naruto ;p
i traced a photo of a geisha (messily xD;;) and started to paint on it sloppily too!
i still hope you enjoy it folks! and just think of the background as
abstract.. okayy? 8d

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  1. Chloe Retired Moderator Mar 12, 2007

    Cool use of soft colors! Nicely done!

  2. pamkips Mar 12, 2007

    sloppy ish good, cause it gives ze wallie a distinct style :D and style is good~
    this is insanely original

  3. fawna-chan Mar 13, 2007

    Hm...I don't think that that's a very abstract background. But whatever, it just looks great with the sloppy painting. Reminds me of watercolor.

  4. MapleRose Retired Moderator Mar 13, 2007

    interesting style... yeah it does look like watercolour with the painting job... though I think the eyes are a bit er, creepy, 'cause it's all cross-hatched... I think it should be softened/painted more. and the right eye looks a bit too far right (her right, our left), and should be moved left (her left, our right) a bit...

  5. soujiokita Mar 14, 2007

    I don't know why, but I thought this was an elderly woman at first when I saw the thumbnail. Anyway, nice coloring, I've seen many fanarts on Japanese sites with coloring like this, and I still think they're beautiful. I really like how you colored the sakura. :) Keep up the great work! +fav

  6. Ultra-Violet Jul 06, 2007

    Shixon, this is another work of yours which I truly cannot fault. Secondarily to this there is an incredible aura about the piece's composition. Only a few moments ago I finished watching a film called Lady Snowblood Vol. 1 and our main heroine, named Yuki appears an immortal image of Japanese feminine beauty in spite of a bloody path of past vengeance. I imagine this portrait would be the very likeness of Yuki at the completion of her misfortunate journey. These absently applied digital watercolours form a manner of freedom that enlivens this illustration in a manner none other could possibly replicate. I'm inspired! ^__^

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