Here we go again-  it's 2003  and time for  another  hand-rendered Christmas card. I sketched out the idea in my drawing book, then scanned it into the computer and started it in July.  After leaving it for a few months, I finished it in November and printed them out.  This is another Victorian outside scene.  The snowman  and the Victorian home have been the consistent elements (on purpose), for the last 3 years.  Next year, I want to  paint  a card in the  traditionalmanner-  as I am tired of doing the holiday card digitally...    The above  image is only 1/6 the original size of the master image and a lot of detail is lost... but you get the point.  I like making the houses a bit creepy,  but the rest is purely Victorian romanticism.  The entire image was created in the airbrush tool in Painter 7/8.
I have been criticized about not making any of my cards religious (like my sister does). Two reasons for that; though I  am spiritual and love traditional values,  I have a ton  of issues  with the `Christian mythology.'  The order reason is- I firmly believe that your faith should be private and not pushed  others. You can still be a caring human being without organized religion. 
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