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A Lifetime of Love by Dreamweaver

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Posted December 31, 2018, 03:42:32 PM



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Treefox

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Comment #1 - Posted January 01, 2019, 12:42:48 AM
*sniff* One of the strongest and most heartbreaking bonds... you really chose a very intimate and super sad moment. A wonderful idea for the theme.

Maggie

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Comment #2 - Posted January 01, 2019, 07:29:12 AM
This is a tough one but well executed. I love Skywise's frizzy baby hair.

dreamweaver

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Comment #3 - Posted January 02, 2019, 02:07:36 PM
Thank you to both of you. I worked hard on this piece. It’s a favorite and sad moment in the story that is rarely touched on. I have had many miscarriages in my life and a few were over 3 months. I can’t know this pain specifically but I have had something similar and I would have made the same tough choice to let my child live and sacrifice my chance to see them grow up... her decision was not easy and I will always hold her, Skywise, and this moment in my heart.

jaRf

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Comment #4 - Posted January 08, 2019, 01:21:59 PM
Tears of joy and tears of... well, whatever babies are about to cry. ;-)
That truly is a mother's connection; have some screaming, blaring little thing and being all happy about it. If Eyes-High ever anticipated that her little one will be "sailing" to the stars one day?
Anyway, it's clear that little Skywise can feel very comfy and safe in the hands of his mother.

Wildfire

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Comment #5 - Posted January 12, 2019, 04:20:22 PM
This is probably the EQ story I've reread the most over the years, it's such a stunning and heartbreaking moment. The illustration definitely shows that you poured a lot of emotion into it, it's very lovely.

Tah-Marien

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Comment #6 - Posted January 17, 2019, 10:01:49 AM
So sad and so very touching!  Yes, I loved and reread this story of Skywise's parents many a time.  Firstly for the greedy need to absorb such new [then] and never seen art by Wendy- and again for the pure and sad place this story held for the Wolfrider's unknown history and survival rules.  The bond of child and parent, *sniff*, taken from each other too soon. What a touching reminder!
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