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'Roland, I love thee' by Powerchord 'Roland, I love thee' by Powerchord
Well, this is my interpretation of Susan Delgado's final moments, from The Dark Tower: Wizard and Glass, by Stephen King. I adore the way this love story (and it's tragic conclusion) was written...it's what inspired me to draw this I guess.

Constructive criticism is more than welcome- I've looked at it too much to be able to know why it doesn't look quite right, haha. I know she doesn't seem to have a neck, but the model from whom I used the pose didn't seem to either, so I left it. Her shoulder also looks kinda weird...in my defence, her hair is resting on her shoulder, sorta curled back- it's her hair making her shoulder a weird shape I swear! ;)
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ronin6401 Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2011
i just finished the 4th book, and it's a solid read but i'm a little dissapointed that roland didn't go back for revenge on cordelia and the other members of the lynch mob.
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moriko-forestchild Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2010
Beautiful!
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blahblahblaaah Featured By Owner May 7, 2008
at first glance, the retrospective wizard and glass seemed crappy to me, now it's the best part so far. and it's so, so sad..
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muses-nightmare Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2007  Professional General Artist
Wow that's so beautiful! The shoulder doesn't look odd to me at all, neither does the neck bit, because of the hair, you know it's covering parts, so it doesn't make it look odd at all.

I just finished The Wizard and Glass, I'm on to Wolves of the Calla now. Loved her story though.
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