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:iconsgainbrachta:
Love the area- your choice of places is great. Also fun costuming (in all the collections~). Thanks for sharing!
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MedievalMouse12 Jul 21, 2008  Student General Artist
You're pictures are truly amazing. I hope to someday become a writer, and have found your work very inspiring. I love the costumes and can't imagine how much work it must have taken to produce them! Were were the pictures taken? It looks like a forest straight out of imagination! XD
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:iconghost-dreamer:
Just wanted to inform you that I've used this image in my latest manipulation: The Hunt.

Thank you very much for making this great stock available.
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bloodthirstyDimitrix Feb 12, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
You both have an amazing way with costumes and ideas! You do such a wonderful job. I'm so excited that I've found you guys! :clap:
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amazing picture!
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Myrdrin Oct 8, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
This is really well done!
Are you into photography, costume, and art in general?
What inspired you?
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chirinstock Oct 9, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
Hi there,

We both just really enjoy dressing up in costumes (of virtually any description) and taking photos. Which sort of crosses all those barriers. We both study Classics (mainly Greek art/history and culture) and so art holds a particularly important position for us.

Ona would love to do something with costume design later on (she says after she makes enough money in finance!) and I just love creating things. So we're both lucky it works. We try our best to improve on the things we're not so good at and see what comes out of it.

This particular series was inspired by the ever so lovely Keira Knightley in King Arthur.

~chiaki
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Myrdrin Oct 9, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
Yes, I did see the connection to King Arthur. Were you trying to work with that time period, or just have fun expanding from that in your imaginations? Or, since you both probably know a bit more history than I do, was it even historically accurate at all?
And why Greek, if I may ask?
Again, I really appreciated your art. I'm a bit of a writer, so I found your pictures quite inspiring for some people group I haven't yet created for some story I haven't quite completed the overall ideas for yet. I enjoy being inspired by artists for ideas and stepping-stones for better understanding.
Thank you for dreaming and creating things! :-D
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