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This story is No. 1 in the series "Chosen Art". You may wish to read the series introduction first.

Summary: Wallpapers featuring Buffy Summers and Dean Winchester with minor appearance by Faith Lehane and Sam Winchester.

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Supernatural > Buffy-Centered > Fanart
Supernatural > Fanart
TheDanaFR15194,759077,1374 Oct 0823 Jul 10No

Broken Hallelujah

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Broken Hallelujah
This piece is on a dark theme, and relates to the season 3 finale of Supernatural. Basically this is Dean's grave, located in a distant forest somewhere, and Buffy mourns the loss of him. (funny how right I was on that position, since this wall was made weeks before the season 4 premier ;)) The red color symbolizes the blood that was spilled when he died. The weapons kind of symbolizes that with his death, weapons were laid down and left cold, perhaps never to be picked up again. I used this body for Buffy because I liked the contrast of her sitting in a beautiful gown, grieving and broken, by his grave. It makes it surreal and plays on the strings of "this isn't real", "this isn't happening".

The text is lyrics from Imogen Heap's "Hallelujah". It felt very fitting for this theme and pretty much the only song I was listening to while making this piece. It was what inspired it from the get go, so I thought it fit perfectly in there..

Disclaimer: I do not own the resources used to make these pieces. All resources belongs to their respectful owners.
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