Act One, Chapter One: 01

1st Sep 4:00 AM, 2012 in Act One: Chapter One
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Act One, Chapter One: 01
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cattservant 10th Dec 5:39 PM, 2012 edit delete reply
Youthful Love, I Fall Victim
Beloved Child


Kim M 10th Dec 10:06 PM, 2012 edit delete reply
I got:
Beloved Daughter
Paternal Error

I love that the language of flowers is a little ambiguous. :)
cattservant 10th Dec 10:26 PM, 2012 edit delete reply
Ah, sweet ambiguity...
Cardamom seems to have
Wide interpretation
And dark depths.
Kim M 13th Dec 12:45 AM, 2012 edit delete reply
Dark depths, indeed. Particularly for our Beauty....
AbigailBrooks 26th Jul 6:15 PM, 2013 edit delete reply
And so I'm beginning Act One. I am a little intimidated by the amount of pages to review, but I can do this! Probably not all at once today, but I've still got some time left before work is over. Yes. Alright, so the chapters are named after flowers, which can have many meanings. From what cattservant and Kim M are saying, it's going to be about parent-child relationships and trouble brewing. Very fitting. I'll just go with their interpretations for now.
sheshallnotbenameless 19th Aug 9:27 PM, 2013 edit delete reply
I noticed the bloodstain at the bottom corner before, but I can't recall if I noticed it on the plants before. But wow, that's so clever. A trickle of blood here and there upon initial impact, and at the bottom, which perhaps symbolizes later in time, a large smattering of blood. Rather like an infected wound, I guess. Seemingly inconsequential at first, and then...
Lestooke 11th Mar 2:39 PM, 2016 edit delete reply
A trickle of blood? Or an ink smudge?
RosesnWater 22nd Mar 2:12 PM, 2016 edit delete reply
WOW! Good for you for being able to draw flowers so accurately and beautifully! It looks amazing! I looked at the previous to comments to see what it means an it's so cool to see that you use the flower meanings to tell a bit of the story before the chapter even starts.
FeyBeauty91 11th May 12:14 AM, 2019 edit delete reply
There's a name under the drawing. A name that one should keep in mind of later on...