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The Last Survivor by RebeccaWeaver The Last Survivor by RebeccaWeaver
It's been quite a while since I finished a piece, stepped back, and felt truly thrilled with the outcome. I don't remember the last time I was as proud of a piece as much as I am now.

This will be an entry for the Anything Goes contest at #photomanips-club.

I had a whole story in my head as I was making this, haha. XD But basically, she is the last survivor of a huge battle.

I'd also like to dedicate this piece to *Iardacil, whose birthday was just a few days ago. Happy (late) birthday! :hug:

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EDIT: lol, fail. I was going to enter this in the dark fantasy contest by =CSnyder and three other people, but I only read his journal and didn't see that there were more rules- I didn't realize until just now as I was going to send it in that those weren't the full rules and I had to use stock from all of their galleries. I suck.

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Simply excellent work. I love to look at the stocks used and compare them to final piece, and I have to say that you did all the stock pieces justice. I also know how difficult it is to take a 3D image and match it to a 2D piece without it looking... well, odd. You did a very good job with the headpiece there.

It was only after looking at the stock images that I realised the wreck in the background was actually a ship. You did a very good job blending it in and making it appear to be the wrecked ruins of a city. The blending on this piece is fatastic, and I love the additions of the small items like the headpiece and the flowing material - they all add to the sense of strength and yet solitude. There is a definite feeling of desolation and despair, yet there's also a sense of hope and, like I said, strength. She seems to be waiting for someone or perhaps something to happen, or she could be guarding the last remains of her home.... it's a wonderful image, and very thought provoking. Well done - 5 stars.
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:iconsenoritapepitastock:
Wonderful! You've done a very nice job! :heart:
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tamaraR Nov 30, 2011   Digital Artist
Stunning work. :)
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LadyPingu Nov 29, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This beautiful work had been featured here-> [link] :huggle:
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:iconrebeccaweaver:
I'm sorry this is late, but thank you for the support! :hug:
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RottenRagamuffin Aug 29, 2011   Digital Artist
Stunning work! :love:
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