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Desert Ice
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My Immortal
My Immortal


My Immortal
Description: I'm back after a relatively long absence and in a bit of a gothic mood. Inspired by Evanescence song and video.
Added by: Ranlinde
Keywords: ranlinde, evanescence, graveyard, angel
Date: 03.05.2005 21:41
Hits: 1685
Downloads: 108
Rating: 4.50 (2 Vote(s))
File size: 120.1 KB
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Join Date: 10.01.2004
Comments: 163
Good Pic Awsome Song

A good overall Pic I will say that the tree in the background needs some help. Needs some leaves or something. I rember when The band was touring in Paris It was fun!
03.06.2005 07:34 Offline jesuis xxomnislashxx at

Join Date: 12.16.2003
Comments: 132

Firstly the song is good, very popular with people, but it's definately not the best of Evanescence(IMO the best is either Missing or Fields of Innocence). Obviously i'm a huge fan of Evanescence :)

Now to the picture. The poser model is excellent, same goes to the angel statue and candles. The texture on the stone that the poser model is lying on could use a bit of work, and the tree seems out of place, but these are just minor niggles, as a whole picture I think it's fantastic. Keep up the good work!
03.06.2005 10:51 Offline Frozencry soul_reaver_14 at

Join Date: 12.25.2004
Comments: 50

Jesuis - the sickly look of the tree (not many leaves) is intentional.

Frozencry - I'm not a big Evanescence fan and obviously know little of their work but this sone fitted my mood and reminds me of someone very dear to me sooo.

Agreed on the texture - am still battling with the texture editor. Thanks for the comment.
03.06.2005 22:16 Offline Ranlinde ranlinde at
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