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who wouldn't appreciate a hunky rescuer?! added bonus, i say:)
love your version of rapunzel, with it's modern touch and the wonderful layouts, like the text climbing the stairs and the prince's head over heels tumble...due to be a success!


Dark and lovely. This has an interesting quality to it that is both dramatic and fairy tale like. Very nice. Paige

Alison Ashwell

I like the overall feel of the piece and the real textures work - however i think the colour of the grass is the reason you feel its not comfortable = for the darkness of the forest it should not be that colour of green. Try playing with curves or adjust colours for the grass to a greyer or bluer colour and that will pull it all together.


Nice and the woodsman is handsome x)


Thanks so much for the compliments and suggestions. I changed the grass color and added some shadows, and you were right that it made it fit better. I'm glad that you all find the woodsman to be handsome. I have trouble drawing men—they usually wind up looking like women with bad haircuts.

a different fish

dark and magical. love it...


We always forget about the woodsman - how great that you picked him to shine the hero spotlight on. Well done - I like the movement and the mystery of it. Nice job!


i dig it :) i love her cape!


Thanks so much for your kind comments. You put a big smile on my face. :D


there's a woodsman in snow white too! this is cool and i like that it's at night.

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