Final Fantasy VII #251542

Entry by Luce .

Tags: Anime, Tetra Takamine, Final Fantasy VII, Aerith Gainsborough, Cloud Strife, Fanart, Pixiv

Tetra Takamine, Final Fantasy VII, Aerith Gainsborough, Cloud Strife, Fanart, Pixiv


Comments (English)

  • HelpfullAlly


    Apr 23, 2011

    I really hate this pairing so much. But the illustration is perfect! Congratulations for the find.

  • ZeldaStrife

    Jul 12, 2011

    Not a fan of this pairing either but this piece is fantastic. Love the colors and the style. :)

  • WingedTears


    Jul 20, 2011

    Ouch, well I'm a fan of this pairing and I find this work to be extremely sweet.

  • nily92


    Jul 20, 2011

    agreed with WingedTears^^

  • isa


    Sep 02, 2011

    A magnificent picture.
    The water and the flowers represents the simplicity and elegance of the light that surrounds the two; that is, as if reuniting conveys the feeling of wondrous bliss.

    As diving to meet up with a lost beloved, as seeing her before the final encounter which hold to be the last thing on his mind, the thing he never wanted to see ever.

    He is swallowed up in the gulf of light with liquid's life consuming, submitting to the darkness underneath.
    To the near brink of sorrow and "after life's" approach, a fainted voice of the pure calls.

    Descending of an angel(mother)of the world, she reaches for him to bring back his light.

    Eyes wide open and feelings of longing, the thing he wanted most was forgiveness-more then anything; just to see her again.

    Alas, as the hand touches the other, smiling with gentle eyes, the "want" is granted in the way of knowing, from the inside that never left, ever.
    Love that can never die.


    I dont really like seeing the word "hate" present in such a beautiful work.
    If couple pairings are the first thing people see to which they are not fond of,
    i suggest not leaving anything like that of the sort. Its very rude and cruel to think that "pairings" bias should be the first agenda on their minds of comment and second would be the compliment. Please... its not very reassuring to change the mood of the comments as added bonus of positive feedbacks.
    Why that just ticks me to the core...

  • PaleGate

    Nov 22, 2011

    Look, they can say what they want. Maybe it's a compliment that, although they have no love for the pairing AT ALL, they were still drawn to this beautiful picture.

    And it is beautiful.

  • Raziel~


    Mar 06, 2012

    Exactly what PaleGate said. This picture is beautiful I can see all those emotions the artist tried to convey in to the picture. Even though i dislike this pairing i couldn't help it but add it to my favorites anyway. That's how amazing this piece of work is.

  • HelpfullAlly


    Sep 06, 2012

    PaleGate, thank you, that's exactly what I meant by what I said. Yes, I hate the pairing. But the fanart is fascinating. Geez.

  • kaseybunnie

    Apr 15, 2014

    I agree with Isa 101%. I don't know why they have to use the word hate too, the artist is telling a story through this artwork with this pairing. Why can't you people appreciate the work as a WHOLE without getting into the whole pairing thing.

  • coldvines

    Sep 01, 2015

    I don't understand why people are bothered so much by "negative" comments. The word hate had absolutely nothing whatsoever to do with the artwork. Now that's something that would be rude, commenting on someone's art just to tell them you hate it, nothing constructive...

    But regardless of the beauty of the artwork, the viewer will still have their own views on the subject. Just because it's lovely doesn't mean you like the couple any more. So like it was said before, they may not like the pairing but think the artwork is gorgeous; that's a high compliment.

    Uh anyway, I LOVE this artist. I like the pairing, but even better are this artist's works for Tseng x Aerith(my otp), imo <3

  • Purple_Ladybug

    Jun 05, 2018

    I love seeing these touching moments of Clerith! I also enjoy seeing Aerith with her hair down! A beautifully rendered picture!

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