Sunday, June 11, 2006

Jungle

Sometimes in silence darkness comes
Sometimes with a gleeful banging of drums

From Darkfall by Dean Koontz/Dedicated to Marianne.

17 comments:

The Tart said...

Wow!!!! I love this & green is my all time favorite color. Fabulous, natch! Your work is always incredible.

Hey & I am the first to say ~ WOW!

Smooch,
The Tart
; )

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JO said...

Awesome job.

michael dailey said...

the paint looks so thick lush nice effect like the lepoard too

CATRAVEN said...

This is so beautiful!!!! The colors and fluid movement of the shadows is superb! It is breathtaking!

carla said...

This is a very lush, mysterious and powerful liquid jungle...full of colors and hidden scary things. The greens are amazingly rich...love the parrot and the big feline:>

AndyDoodler said...

Love it! Lush colors of the jungle are beautiful- and the use of the white in the ?windows? is great. The abstraction in areas makes me want to look and look to try and figure things out. At first look- it didn't register w/me that there's a yellow bulldozer plowing away the jungle- leopard and all. I guess if everyone traveled to see first hand the ongoing and rampant destruction of the wilderness all over the world, it wouldn't seem so abstract and there'd be more treehuggers.

Twisselman said...

Gotta love the tail-to-tail leopard and toucan. Great depth and texture. Verra, verra cool.

arvindh said...

Wow! great eye for detail! fantastic!

Princess Pepper Cloud said...

You make each stroke look so thick with paint, you are quite a craftman at this medium!

the heartful blogger said...

Wow, this is excellent, great colours and the details on the animals, wow!

steve said...

Woah--so much to look at here. I love richness of colors and subject matter!

Teri C said...

Dark and mysterious and beautiful!

Aravis said...

This is really marvelous! :0)

Michael O'Connell said...

my goodness there is a lot gonin on here… beautiful work…

Alexiev said...

Look work...

Ellen said...

Lovely illo!