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churchyard by liga-marta churchyard by liga-marta
...But when she began the seventh she found she had no more flax. She knew that the nettles she wanted to use grew in the churchyard, and that she must pluck them herself. How should she get out there? “Oh, what is the pain in my fingers to the torment which my heart endures?” said she. “I must venture, I shall not be denied help from heaven.” Then with a trembling heart, as if she were about to perform a wicked deed, she crept into the garden in the broad moonlight, and passed through the narrow walks and the deserted streets, till she reached the churchyard....

The Wild Swans.
H.C. Andersen



watercolor + ink
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fantastel May 7, 2013  Student General Artist
And then the prince saw her, thought she was a witch, and almost fucked everything up.
Despite this, he still asked for her hand.

The logic during that time, i tell you.
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mashkina Apr 23, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That's my favorite fairy tale *_*
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barbie1331 Mar 24, 2013
Love this....
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blightedangel Aug 27, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Wonderful colour scheme. The shades of her hair, with almost no blue in it at all, help her face to be a subtle focal point. And I love all the gentle textures to the trees in the background. Thank you for sharing!
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I love this! <3
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ilfie May 25, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Absolutely wonderful! I always loved Elise/Eliza/the heroine's bravery and determination :)
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:iconannipannipytti:
Oh! I love that tale! Beautifully done, as always. :)
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:iconchrystasrose:
I saw another of your drawings and it reminded me of this story and lo and behold you have a drawing of it!
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:iconweaveroffantasy:
I love your artwork, there's just something so wonderfully, beautifully simple about it
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