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Reunification Wedding by princesszelee Reunification Wedding by princesszelee
this is sooo far the background I worked on the most.
I've had this scene in mind since a long time, and at last i'm submitting it all finished ! :aww:
i wanted to design the Temple of Upleas since a long time too, and i'm glad of the result. It's not that much decorated nor colored (only white stone) it's because the temple is digged right in the stone (kind of cliff, same thing apparently, but there's no sea around, there's no ocean on Upleas), so there's no window except those we can see behind the just-married couple :flirty: (and also on the ceiling but we can't see it from here)
also, as the ruby-red color symbolize the queen, the white of the stone is the contrast with that color, showing that nothing else is important on Upleas than its Queen.
In another hand, the paving is different. It's because each queen of Upleas choose the paving of the Temple. Queen Zéninuma always wears green and copper-brown, she likes those colors.
Finally, the two largest stained glass represent the actual Queen (on the right - Zéninuma) and the future Queen (on the left - Zélée).
When Zélée will be crowned and when her girl will be 15 years old, her portrait will go on the right, Zéninuma's will be removed and Zélée's daughter portrait will appear on the left.
Guess that's enough for the Uplean culture lesson, isn't it ? =D

I know there must be many, manyyy perspective mistakes, but for this one, i don't care, it was a first challenge and i'm glad of the final result =p
But you can notice them to me in your comments, i won't correct them here, but i'll keep your advices for the eventually next pics ^^

i also make the pic in a wallpaper-size if somes are interested ;)

Princess Zélée, story + characters © ~anya1916
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Cassiuseos Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2008  Professional Traditional Artist
wow! cool pic!
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princesszelee Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2008
thanks :aww:
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artificus Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2007  Hobbyist
*gasp* oh my gosh! this image must have taken your ages to do! it looks fantastic! :wow: :dance:
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princesszelee Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2007
thank you a lot :hug: i really don't know how much time i spent on it (especially for the background, but it's impossible to do it in a hurry ^^)
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artificus Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2007  Hobbyist
i LOVE the backgound! all these poeple who are all individual... wohooo :dance:
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princesszelee Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2007
the crowd didn't take much time in fact =D i really drew and colored them quickly ^^;
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artificus Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2007  Hobbyist
oh... :D
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Nehta Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
Okéééé alors comme tu m'as demandé pour la perspective je dirais d'abord que c'est un joli dessin, et que j'admire la patience dont tu as dû faire preuve pour le réaliser :D (non mais j'viens pas que pour casser moi lol)

...et que c'est les balcons qui me dérangent le plus! Tu aurais peut-être dû les dessiner plus à l'horizontale puisque le spectateur (là d'où est vue la scène) se trouve plus ou moins à la même hauteur que les balcons. Pour montrer que ces derniers sont ronds et pas carrés, j'essaierais de travailler sur les ombres du moment que la barrière serait dessinée à l'horizontale! Et sinon à part ça je retoucherais peut-être l'arrondi du parquet au milieu, j'ai l'impression qu'il "vole" ! Essaie peut-être si tu es motivée de le "descendre un peu, sans toucher au niveau des marches qui sont sur le côté!

Voilà :) J'espère avoir été la plus claire possible :)

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princesszelee Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2007
merci beaucoup !
aaarf je me doutais bien que voir le "sol" des balcons n'allaient pas... ça c'est pas trop dur à rectifier, par contre la rampe droite... (forcément l'un ne va pas sans l'autre =D) mais je suis motivée ! :XD:
pour le carrelage, je trouvais qu'il donnait l'impression d'être "bombée" au milieu... c'est peut-être ça qui te donne cette idée de flottement...

encore merci
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Nehta Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
ah bon rien de bizarre m'a frappée au niveau du carrelage :)

De rien! :)
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