Tie-Dye

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Pixie Portrait
by Elizabeth and Anthony

Tie-Dye

Pixie Recreation
by Stephanie and Stephen

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Description
by Anthony and Elizabeth

Our pixie's name is Tie-Dye. Her hair is long; the left side of her hair is green and the other side is blue. Her face is yellow. Her nose is pointed. Her eyes are in an oval shape and the pupils are in the middle of her eyes. Her dress is purple and torn at the bottom of her dress and at her sleeves. Both arms are yellow. Her left hand is holding a wand and the right hand is holding a bag that has a cross and bones on it, like poison. The wand looks like a stick with an orange star on top. Her wings are a purple, green, and blue. The wings look like swirly tie-dye. Her legs are yellow with black boots.

Analysis
by Anthony and Elizabeth

Our Walter Hays partners did great. The dress was good because it was the same color. The shoes were good because they are the same size and shape. The hair was OK. The eyes and the nose were perfect because they were exactly the same shape. We like the way they did the eyes and the nose.

Our Walter Hays partners had some mistakes, but it is our fault that we didn't mention some things, like the size of the bag. We forgot to mention the top left side of her hair was blue and the other side green. We forgot to mention the butterfly wings. We also forgot to mention the mouth. The dress was supposed to be torn at the bottom and at the sleeves. Otherwise our Walter Hays partners did perfect.

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