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BACK DOOR BOY IN A FRONT DOOR WORLD
OUTSIDE OF SOCIETY - THAT'S WHERE I WANT TO BE
1st Treatment 
31st-Aug-2006 11:09 am
Pensive
I worked on this for over an hour last night, adjusting lighting levels and making the brush cross strokes more inline with what I wanted, so this is what I got so far. It was inspired by "Indiana".



I was talking to my friend David yesterday, and he said a remarkable thing. He said "You know, maybe this was a gift to us from her" in describing the fact that it is clear now to the both of us that we've missed out on years of each other's lives, but have been drawn together in the wake of her death. I think he's right. Once I get the music, I'll hurt about all of this stuff much less. For now though, I'm just stuck with it.
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31st-Aug-2006 08:49 pm (UTC)
What an amazing tribute to a friend. I can tell from the work put into this that she was a very special woman in your life and probably the lives for so many. What a tremendous loss. I am glad that you and David were drawn together through this tragedy and that something positive has already come from her death.

Hugs, Christina
1st-Sep-2006 12:33 am (UTC)
Your friend looked like a model for the Pre-Raphaelite artist Dante Gabriel Rossetti.
She had quite a unique beauty. She looks as though she is going to cry in that photo.
http://www.ibiblio.org/wm/paint/auth/rossetti/
1st-Sep-2006 09:42 pm (UTC)
this is absolutely gorgeous
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