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K x K - Where I End... by KarniMolly K x K - Where I End... by KarniMolly
There's a gap in between
There's a gap where we meet
Where I end and you begin

Listen to the song here: [link]

First part of two.
Second part is here:

Have I mentioned lately how incredibly inspiring the Gavin brothers are to me?

Both are for :iconjetko:.
Happy (belated) Birthday mon Peluche! Mi wuvz u! <3
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tenshi-sama-konan Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
i love both of these pictures
KarniMolly Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2011
Thank you ^^
tenshi-sama-konan Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
SamCyberCat Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2011
Echoing what everyone else has said - I didn't even pay attention to the fact that Klavier is naked and even after it's been pointed out it still looks normal to me.

A really very beautiful potrayal of their relationship and just like the brothers themselves leaves the impression that there's more behind this then what we're seeing on the surface. Klavier's eyes look... I don't know, but there's something in them. It might sound odd but I'm looking at the picture and feeling that the eyes want to tell me something.

Brilliant to see you draw naked anatomy again too, plus the muted colour scheme works well to set the mood.
KarniMolly Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2011
Thank you *3*
Depicting their relationship in fanart is pretty hard and it's the first time I'm drawing fanart that's so surreal and "symbolic", but it's heaps of fun and I can't stop.

I'm glad you think the eyes turned out so well, after all this drawing is something completely different from what I usually do.
And everytime I listen to that song, Klavier has these eyes. And I'm not sure either what he's trying to tell either.
SamCyberCat Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2011
Depicting their relationship in anything is hard, but I agree that it's probably more so in art than it would be in fiction. Since with fics you have SUUU MANY WORDS and in art you have pretty much one shot. Um, if that makes sense. But you definitely succeeded in making this symbollic and it doesn't matter what Klavier's eyes are trying to tell as long as they're telling something and not entirely open about what's going on with him that's what matters.
KarniMolly Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2011
But still there's such a fuckload to write and to draw about them because they always give me new ideas and new facets of themselves and their relationship... But this song left a very strong impression on me. I didn't link it anywhere, but it gives me Kopfkino (=head cinema, something like a mental cinema 8D) everytime...
Here you have it: [link]
SamCyberCat Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2011
Thanks, I'll give it a listen to later~ Th-that's how I feel about my muses sometimes too, there's always so much to write that I wonder why no one else is doing this stuff. XD
Jetko Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2011
Jeanne said it, and she's right.
I don't know how to express my feelings properly - just, just this. is. beautiful. And I love everything about the gesture, the hands, the covering of the mouth, the touching of the lips. ;___;
With both of them looking straight forward, it's so intense.
It might be due to their colours and stuff, but I love how Klavier looks a bit distant and Kristoph's gaze and face is clear and sharp.

Now I will just fangirl a moment about the prettiness of their hair and the lovely shading :heart:

PS: I approve of Klavier being naked, it's beautiful with his hair coming just little bit undone, and I like pictures where one character is clothed and one naked. There's vulnerability in it, and laying one's soul bare. And stuff.
KarniMolly Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2011
And stuff.
Glad you like it, although it's two days too late ;__;

Tried to catch the atmosphere of "where I end and you begin" a tiny little bit >.<
After all, it was you who introduced me to this amazing song and the Gaviness of it all!
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