May 27, 2009

The Tiger's Bride




This is the final painting in a series I recently completed. It's a Beauty and the Beast kind of story, about a girl whose father loses her to a tiger in a game of poker. The tiger wears a disguise of a man, but later he exposes his true self to the girl and asks her to do the same. In the end, he may or may not have eaten her. Awesome story!
Anyway, sorry for the poor quality on these photos, but I'm going out of town tomorrow and wanted to get a quick picture up before I leave. The original painting is pretty big so I haven't been able to scan it properly yet. So these will have to do.
Bon voyage!

5 comments:

The Chick Lit Review Gossip Blog said...

Enjoy your trip! I really love that painting of the castle. Your artwork is awesome.

Jeremy Elder said...

Beautiful! The tiger is definitely gloating over his new possession.

Hestin Lostwood said...

hey i hope you have a great trip! we met at the orange juice thing. (it took me this long to realize that this is probably the easiest way to extend a communiqué)
your art is beautiful. funny thing is i have seen it before, specifically the painting you did for 88's idiot box.
love your style. talk to you soon.=]
oh and a question. are these faerie tales original? i've never heard em and they sound neat.

Stephanie Lindgren said...

Allie, you're crazy good. I miss hanging out with y'all. :(

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love your work..
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