Kachikamac (Fan Art Portfolio) Deadly Nightshade

Deadly Nightshade
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Since I'm lazy, I'm just going to copy and paste what I wrote about this from my facebook page

Also called belladonna, deadly nightshade is a very toxic plant that was once used by women in Italy to dilate the pupils in order to become more attractive.

This is just a sketch that I didn't really have any plan for. I wanted to put some sort of flower in it, so I looked through a list of flower names and decided to go with Deadly Nightshade. I liked the name :) I didn't want to over-color it because I feel like I tend to ruin some of my drawings when I do that... So I left it pretty muted and dark.

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But seriously, I do feel like I over-work my pictures and they end up looking awful and....over-worked. Like my last picture, Eventide. I liked how I pictured it in my head so much better than what it ended up looking like. I pictured it much simpler. But that's okay! I do like it. And I'm glad you guys did too

But I just decided to stick with muted colors and keep it looking kinda sketchy still. :D

Hope ya like it!

<3 Kachi

Created
04/02/12
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Personal Fan Art
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dark, fantasy, flower, girl, gothic, nightshade
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