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Expressing my talent is what I do Best by ZeroTsukaima Expressing my talent is what I do Best by ZeroTsukaima
Everyone Expresses their talent differently by doing wallpapers,taking photographs of random things,doing pastels of what ever comes to their mind or even singing a song they compose them-self and want the world to hear and so they upload it on you-tube, and showing that is what they can do, that is their talent and that's who they are. Deviant-art is the same way people express who they are, but in different ways and on different terms and expression, yet some people on here are trying to find them-self, not sure if they're a artist or a poet, or maybe even a writer, even so- whatever you do let it be your choice let it be to decide and not anyone else. ;)
First off I have to say I love the colors and composition of the background. The eyes are beautiful and so soulful. The shading is great and the hair looks beautiful as well. I also admire the outfits especially the strange alien lookling boots of the shorter girl. I can't read what it says on the one boot, if you can call them boots. The music swirling about them with the notes on the staff is cool. It really adds to it without being intrusive and taking away from the rest of the piece. All in all, I'd give this a solid 10 out of 10!
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ZeroTsukaima Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you both!!~ This means so much to me, and the first critique I've got. Wow.. That just bought joyful tear to my eyes. Thank you :iconjagespages: :heart:
Caen-N Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2012
wow! love it!
jagespages Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I did a critique for this because I loved it so much!
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