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Breakin' the Snail
In the far far West of the garden, along the Death valley (the strange area where doesn't grow any carrotts or cabbages) it is really hard to live. The proof of it is visible everywhere : some snail's shells, empty and dried, are lost along the roads. Sometimes even, the poor elf, lost in the desert, without his bow, can be killed by the evil house cat, big as a mountain. In the "green areas"-in the far West not that far- life is not easier at all! Sometimes, some strange machines, surely comen from the sky or the future, cut all the strands of grass like a tornado. Removed by an unbelievable power, every years at the same time, a kind of big mountain crossed the field, the carrotts are propulsed toward the sky, leaving some bomb's gaps into the ground... The most famous of the west elfic gent, is called Jess ; It is said she is so brave that she doesn't know what "fear" means. She is especialy expert in breacking the snails, bubbling for anger. Does that is a strange behavior ? Not at all in fact : It looks only a strange behavior to silly big guys like us, because we all believe that the snail is a very a weak and slow animal. Nothing is more wrong! Little fellows like elfs and faeries do certainly know that snails are really strong and wild. A cattle of them can make a desaster in a farm. Breacking them isn't a low task but a real art, according to a few people. And Jess is the best at this ! Her reputation went already to the neighbouring garden ! If you look carrefully at your feet, now, maybe you will be lucky enough to see that kind of scene, like I did, before fixing it for you in that painting...

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Artist Name: Krystal Camprubi
Artist Country: FR
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Website: http://www.krystal-camprubi.com
Software used:
  • Adobe - Photoshop
  • Corel - Painter
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