I know, this probably sounds really weird. In short, I had a friend who passed away a couple of years ago. I was fiddling around with a the Wayback Machine earlier to see my old DA page, and ended up finding hers and looking through her drawings. I had the idea of redrawing one of her pieces, as a sort of tribute. At first I thought it'd be a nice thing to do, something she'd appreciate when she was here. But the more I thought about it... (not to sound bigheaded or anything but) she used to be pretty jealous of my art. She got angry with me on more than one occasion because I got a part-time job as an artist, because my commissions were selling, because people would give me compliments on my art in front of her. The part-time artistic job was one that was online, and she even went as far as to infiltrate several of my accounts including my e-mails to get the password to it, kick me out, and continue posting from my account, pretending to be me, nearly getting me fired for the sudden drop in quality. When I regained control of the account I saw messages from the moderators, saying "my work" had gotten sloppy and there was no point in me being part of the team if none of the work was usable. This was about five years ago, but still, I sort of feel like maybe she'd interpret it as one final snub if I was to redraw her art. I mean it from the best place, but I wonder if she'd see it as me saying "nice idea, but I can do it better than that", or something along those lines. What do you think?