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New painting! [Aug. 17th, 2004|08:05 pm]
Jasmine Becket-Griffith
This one is really cool! It is modeled after the beautiful faerystar!

Here she is (since she's so big I stuck her in my eBay store):

"Looking for Faeries"

For those of you who would like prints, I've chosen "Looking for Faeries" as one of this week's sale prints!!! The 8"x10" prints are on sale for $10.00 and the 12"x16" sized prints are on sale for $20.00.

""Looking for Faeries" 8"x10":


"Looking for Faeries" 12"x16":


In addition, little "Licorice Fairy" is on sale for $10.00 for the 8"x10" print:


Okay.... off to make dinner, and then maybe get to some email/LJ comments (I'm falling behind again!!). Enjoy!

[User Picture]From: jasminetoad
2004-08-17 07:28 pm (UTC)

Art critiques were always my least favourite thing about school =P I've never been good about giving or getting constructive criticism, lol. On the giving end I'm always afraid of hurting people's feelings, and when it comes to the receiving end, it's usually after I'm all done and satisfied and onto the next project!!! Here at LJ I don't really mind though, since most everyone here is my friend, and most of you are all artists in your own right (rather than snarky college professors, lol).
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[User Picture]From: artistchick
2004-08-17 07:38 pm (UTC)
Yeah, they're the worst sometimes. Don't be afraid to hurt my feelings. If something looks funny and I haven't mentioned it, then I probably havent noticed! Or if I post a work-in-progress, then it's nice especially to have some advice! =)
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[User Picture]From: artistchick
2004-08-17 07:42 pm (UTC)
That's only if you want to though. I'm beginning to see the uselessness of critiques when working on your own though . . . after some more mental analysis. I think most artists are the same way . . . when they're working on something, there might be several things to improve (but they probably have all those things in mind). When the painting is finished, the artist is usually satisfied. I know I wouldn't call a work finished if I didn't like it. Unless I felt it was beyond hopeless.
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