Side 7 I Miss You So Much
By Ashley Tate (Scryren)
 
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  I Miss You So Much — By Ashley Tate (Scryren)  
 
Rating: E
Category: Humanoid
Classified: Finished Piece
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Dimensions: 722 x 963
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  27 May 2004 - 02:27 ET
ďIím sorry you had to see me in this. Itís disgusting, I know. Maybe Iíve lost my mind for resorting to aiding the enemy but Iím closer now mother, so very close to finding the truth. Even if I wasnít, I still wish you would reach up and pull me under...hn, someoneís been here...Kryito I know youíre watching...Damn it, donít ---ing leave me with them!Ē

Eh, sorry for condensing three paragraphs of text into speech only. Iíve planned on doing this scene for the past few months I just never got around to doing it. So, here it is. Please, before anyone hangs me for the stones all being the same, itís a national cemetery. Lothar/Scryís father was still in Akheronís military when their mother was in an ďaccidentĒ or so the OAS puts it. Also, epitaphs would require giving away the timeframe and Iím not about to do that so blank stones all around.

The thing in his hand is the earring Iíve been intentionally drawing him with since Ď99. The scene where Kryito leaves it for him just happens to be drawn in 2004.

[Closeup of hand]

Artwork © 2004 Ashley Tate

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27 May 2004 - 11:13 ET
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This is a very powerful image. A slightly more manipulated background could focus the figure a bit more, but the strong light against dark contrast is very nice. The hand is very realistic but the gravestones could use some improvement. Overall a very moving piece.

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