In my dream I stood in front of a canvas, brush in hand, and couldn't help but feel a sense of awe. The twins before me were unlike anyone I had ever met. Alistair and Alia were albino fraternal twins, and their pale skin and white hair shone like a beacon in the sunlight streaming through the window.
The siblings were incredibly connected, in a surreal way. They were inseparable, and Alistair, the male twin, was quite effeminate. He wore a white dress that flowed around his slender frame and seemed to mimic his sister, Alia's mannerisms, a gentle and reserved beauty who adored her brother.
I tried so hard to capture their close bond on the canvas. They were royal, very sheltered, kind, and compassionate. As I worked, I couldn't help but feel a sense of admiration for them.
I titled the final portrait "Inseparable," the twin's pale skin and white hair gleaming in the sunlight. Both wore white dresses, their cheeks were dusted with rouge, and their deep grey eyes gave you the sense they could see into your soul.
The royal family was overjoyed that I was able to capture the essence of their beloved children. The twins, too, were pleased and spent hours gazing at the painting.
"Inseparable" was hung proudly in the grand hall of the castle, a testament to the unbreakable bond between the albino twins, remaining inseparable throughout their lives.
I recall looking at the finished piece and couldn't help but feel a sense of pride at having captured such a special and unique bond on canvas.
I tried to recreate the portrait I described above from my dream, and this was the result.