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September 10, 2004
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Rebirth of a Dream of Hope by ZeroCartin Rebirth of a Dream of Hope by ZeroCartin
This came from a sad day I had today... Its definetely inspired by my girlfriend [link]

Hope you guys like it, XD
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ScatterbrainFox Featured By Owner May 17, 2005
hm... dark and yet so light _
poor guy doesn't have any eyes ;_; but it looks interesting this way... and even sadder than he would've looked with his eyes I think. Oh noes ;_; poor guy
CapnSkusting Featured By Owner May 17, 2005  Professional General Artist
Nice work. When I first saw the thumb I thought it might be Neil Gaiman
or the Sandman. After reading your description, I'm guessing that it might be a self portrait. It does kinda look like you.
Still, it has a very dreamlike quality to it.
ZeroCartin Featured By Owner May 17, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
^___^ thx for the nice comment man, :D
AwakenAnew Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2005
wow.. this is truely stunning.. excellent work.
glassvisage Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2005   Traditional Artist
great job...I don't think it would really work if it were any less abstract. the colours are interesting. the content is great, and I wouldn't move anything around, wouldn't change a thing
darkviolet Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2005
..something of glowing from wounds.. the stimulus to keep.. moving.
Trainstationblues Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2004
Rebirth of a dream of hope, interesting title. As for the actual piece, it's outstanding. I really like your coloring style, it's very soft and intriguing, it definitely great use of color/value.
pulseALX Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2004  Hobbyist Digital Artist
nice, i love the colours
dpakoh Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2004   Photographer
Great piece.. :+fav: the strokes add such character. It reminds me of something that might be from the crow..
Folkeye Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2004
I truly love it. I think the expression on the face says it all...I like how loose and free form it is. The colors are soft and warm, yet you do get a somewhat cold feeling. Great job.
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