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happy by aylie happy by aylie
she's not dead.
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Laylana Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
I think that is just wonderful...
But it's hard for me to say why...
Maybe because she looks so beautiful, lovely and calm, while everything around her seems to decay... Nevertheless, the flowers are rising, pale, but colourful, and her dreams blur with the surrounding behind her... The blood from her nose may bear witness to a kind of (last) battle, maybe she won or not, but she seem to be contented...
Beautiful... So realistic and so deep...
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Laylana Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
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aylie Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2007
it's hard to write something clear about this picture I think, because hapiness itself is something which is very hard to describe/define. I wouldn't be able to describe what I feel about this picture myself. so I thank you even more for spending some time on thinking and sharing your thoughts with me :heart:
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Alkonost Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2007
She looks like she has found her draemworld..maybe after great sufferance, she's become lost in a trance where all the borders between the worlds are gone..her eyes look so tired, dreamy and lost. It's got that sadness that I associate with happiness, the true and deep happiness.And those flowers, they look so unreal and dreamlike, like they're born from her imagination. But the picture conveys to me much more than I can put into words..again, sorry if this is completely different from what you had in mind, but I find it extraordinary that I could link the drawing to my own view of happiness, that happens so rarely. I could lose myself in this image, the sadness and beauty of it is just overwhelming.
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aylie Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2007
yeah, people can think of happiness in so many different ways. your comment made me think. I wish I was able to speak my mind the way you do,
it's really amazing to me that one of my most intimate drawings meets some kind of understanding. I'm not a good speaker myself and I express my thoughts in drawings, which is why I like to hear interpretations from others :heart:. I wouldn't be able to write what I had in mind, using words. such interpretations are beautiful and they shouldn't be corrected 'cause it would destroy the interpreter's...feelings towards the pic, if you know what I mean.

thank you so much :hug:
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Alkonost Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2007
Yes,I understand..I'm usually expressing almost everything in words, don't know if that's good or bad, I guess both..But there are things that go beyond that-just like some drawings do- and although I try, I can't fully describe why they're so powerful. And that's the amazing part- that a drawing which comes from the core of a person can be so close to others,and in so many different ways,that it almost begins an independent life.
Here I go rambling again..:D
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aylie Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2007
if this is 'rambling' then i love rambling from now on ;P
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Alkonost Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2007
:laughing: well, thank you!
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Meelitamine Featured By Owner May 26, 2007
I like the flowers
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marimorimo Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2007
It's quite disturbing...O_o;; But well-done.
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