Daisy Hunt
(@Lucky_Ladybug66)

Acceptance
Acceptance by Daisy Hunt (@Lucky_Ladybug66)

This picture is symbolic. Marik is with a younger version of himself in a dream sequence. What is the significance of the handclasp and why did I call the picture Acceptance? Feel free to guess. ^__^

Category:
Fan Art - Anime/Manga
Rating:
Everyone
Class:
Finished Work
Submitted:
18 years and 141 days ago
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Posted: Saturday, 31 July, 2004 @ 11:47 PM

Ah, fanart symbolism...how I love it...

The hands are nice on this one, and the light reflection on the upper arm band adds a lot of depth...have you ever considered adding it to the other jewelry as well?

The expressions on this one are also nice, and I'm crazy about young Malik's hair...and again, symbolism in fanart is always wonderful ^_^

...and it would seem that we're both online at the same time, considering I just got your reply to my other comment XD

Posted: Monday, 02 August, 2004 @ 05:17 AM

XD Yeah, I should try adding a reflection to the other jewelry. ^^

You know, I'm not entirely sure what I was aiming for with this pic. LOL. Something to do with Marik coming to terms with his past or something like that. XD; It's supposed to be from a fic I've barely started to write, called Family Secrets. It involves Marik remembering that his father molested him after branding his back and how he struggled with the memories when they came to light again. And in the meantime, Rishid's birth father is a jerk and is trying to cause trouble for the family and Bandit Keith wants revenge on Marik. . . .

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