posted by steve @ 8:02 AM
Bathed in beauty. A wonderful illustration. Right now is the time that we see more of this type of nature exploding "quietly" all through the forest.Nice one, Steve!
I just luv the fall, Ginger. It's spooky and kooky and melancholy all in one. Great time to explore !:-)
Nice one Steve! have a good weekend!
Well howdy Joe ! You have a nice weekend too !:-)
beautifully rendered Steve! I didn't know you airbrushed, very cool and this is quietly beautiful!
has a nice quiet aged appearence to it nice work
Good choice! I agree-- the mushrooms are one of my favorite things in the woods. So much color and pattern, rising from decay!Nice choice!
Wonderful, quietly observed detail.
I got to your site from your post on Mishka's when you wrote about sculpting the drawing--and that it's in there and you just have to find it. It's weird that I just discovered that and wrote about it on my blog tonight and had never heard anyone talk about it before. Your stone drawing is very powerful and beautifully done. It reminds me of an ee cummings poem that has the words "silence of stone" in it.
If you get a chance, see the animation "Das Rad" (The Rocks) to see just how chatty nature can be... at it's own speed
I took some photos of similar subjects last spring. Quiet decay....nice choice of subject and well drawn.
Really, really lovely. It's so simple yet there's so much to look at.
It's been quite a while since I've used an airbrush, ValGalArt, I think I still have the compressor and gun around here someplace. Probably in a drawer somewhere...:-D
Thanx Michael Dailey !:-)
And the cycle goes on, LizJones. Gotta luv nature !:-)
Thank you for the kind words, HeartFulBlogger !:-)
I'm very happy that my words and observations have touched someone, JanaBouc. I've always noticed that my approach to art has involved 'shaping' the vivid thought and kinda 'chipping' away the excess pencil lines as I work. I'm not a Xerox machine so the end result is never perfect (thank goodness) and is guaranteed to be an original effort. But screwing up still stings...:-D
I'll have ta check that out, Tony. Thanx !:-)
There are always treasures to be found in naure, Nancy. Glad you found some too !=^_^=
You're gonna make me blush, Monica...:-D
An old stone can be beautiful too - nice done
I like it. The aging effect is nice...
I was just having a discussion last night with some friends about when does the touch of man become organic. This picture sums it up. Very nice!
So, can I bring my stuff over to sand? This is a really powerful piece Steve!
That's the truth, Georg !
Thank you, Poisidion !:-)
And the cycle goes on, PrincessPepperCloud !=^_^=
Oooo, sounds like you've got some runaway nature, Anonymous...:-D
this is very cool. I didnt know you airbrushed either. very cool!
oh that quiet stone is both growing and deteriorating at the same time! wondeful concept!
i agree it is classic....regards to you steve!
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