"I would give you some violets, but they withered all"...

DAZ|Studio Illustration posted on Jun 30, 2022
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From Hamlet, a subject I have visited before, here's an alternative interpretation...

Comments (12)


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miwi 9:23AM | Thu, 30 June 2022

Very nice image,excellent done!!!!!!!

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eekdog 1:05PM | Thu, 30 June 2022

a terrific POV, love her hair and flowers.

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Wolfenshire 4:45PM | Thu, 30 June 2022

It's visual poetry. Well done.

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Lucusoo 8:57PM | Thu, 30 June 2022

Sweet.

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gaius 2:52AM | Fri, 01 July 2022

Very charming, poetic...the pov, the flowers, the girl, everything is perfect.

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Annerose 9:25AM | Fri, 01 July 2022

Its between beauty and horror - is she drowned? Especially I like the unsharpness of that violets and your whole idea.

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MartiniquePL 12:17PM | Sat, 02 July 2022

It reminds me some works of pre-Raphaelites, specially Ophelia by Millais.

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RodS 6:20PM | Sat, 02 July 2022

Hey, it's the thought that counts....

Love the gorgeous lighting in this, Joe! Nice!

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Flint_Hawk 3:53PM | Sat, 09 July 2022

This is a fantastic interpretation of Ophelia! The lighting, POV & flowers are perfect!

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UteBigSmile 4:37PM | Sat, 09 July 2022

A beautiful appealing image, I like it very much!

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hashdoc 5:17AM | Wed, 13 July 2022

great, but sad image! great pov!

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MollyFootman 3:17PM | Sun, 31 July 2022

I'm thinking it's sad, suicidal Ophelia... a very compelling image, Joe. I would add that it's technically challenging, as well. Thanks for sharing, I enjoyed viewing.

Molly

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