It has a very Alice-in-Wonderland feel about it, and the type of artwork where physical laws are suspended (M.C. Escher, for example) are often the most intriguing.
This piece blends an innocent girl reading on a swing with a somewhat more sinister background in the deep shadows. Her presence at that precise location marks the threshold between realities (as I interpret it, of course), with flowers and a stone path on this side and the untended wilder forest beyond, making the impossible swing *very* possible.
First everything is possible, maybe just not a perfect swing.
I love the colours!
How you did the flowers... I adore it !
First I thought it was something with Alice in Wonderland
The girl is great cause you painted her reading.
Amazing how you did the light/dark.
Just wondefull --------->
wow this is really beautiful... it's a lot like a dream i tried to describe to :devkritcos: a few months ago. i was fooled at first .. thinking this was tradtional art ... amazing what people can do on computers. just lovely!
excellent artwork again
beautiful colors and composition
dont worry about physicial laws, this kind of art dont need that
i would love to see a bigger resolution to enjoy all the details
i love the concept
*gasps* that's so beautiful! I love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! the book like ... glows almost .... and the flowers and the little girl are so beautiful!! *wishes i could paint like you* hehe! This is so BEAUTIFUL!
Yes... that's a good question actually. Past year I spend most of my 'free work time' in making oekaki's. I know (and tried) that I can do much more things in Painter or Photoshop, it's just that my computer is to slow to work well in high-res.
Just wait untill I get my new computer. Beware! Mhuhahahah!