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Rainy Daze by lord-phillock Rainy Daze by lord-phillock
I decided to paint a little picture based on one from ridiculously old art-pieces. I used one from printmaker/painter Kitagawa Utamaro's [link] artwork; and attempted to do a different style and pose to it... trying to make it seem that this is a continuation of his original printing of this setting.

I'll do another one, and hope I'll do a better job. I give up really easily.
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:iconazzamthowfeek:
wow this is amazing, really good!
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:iconlord-phillock:
thank you ever so much!
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BrunovicArt Jun 13, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
WOW... So cool :omfg:
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:iconartistotaku91:
It's so Beautiful!!!!
You are a Genius Dude!!!
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glumsugarplum Mar 21, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
this is beautiful
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:iconlord-phillock:
why thank you!
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glumsugarplum Mar 23, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
you are welcome :)
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Mini-Umbrella Dec 7, 2011   Digital Artist
I like this, the colors are lovelyyyy~ :nod:
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mi2x Nov 5, 2011  Student
i love RAIN
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I posted a comment here before I went and looked at my aging and decrepit Deviant Art page. It seems to have gone missing, so let's see if I can recreate it. I don't know whether to be more impressed with your choice of Kitagawa or your own unique use of design elements in a relatively limited color palate. Back in 2004 (at first I was thinking it was 1998), I took a group of students to Japan for what I thought (rightly so) was probably my last trip in a very long time. While in Kyoto, I went to a dealer in art prints, and bought two Hiroshige prints. ([link]). As for your comment that you give up really easily, I cannot fathom that. If you did, you wouldn't have such a comprehensive body of work for your relatively young age. You continue to amaze me Lord Phillock.
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