Wednesday, October 25, 2006

ghost

14 comments:

Mike said...

Wonderful use of the colors. The foggy-mist-like cloud adds to the spokyness as it clears the valley. Great Job!!

Digital Scott's illustrationblog said...

Very cool! Very mysterious! Nice job.

modroom said...

The mists of time conjure up people from the past inside the wood, while someone on the outside wonders. Great atmosphere and effects on ghosts!

carla said...

Awesome! The muted colors and the smokey figures amonst those trees make this such a mysterious piece.

michael dailey said...

i like that one has alot of different ways to interpt it. love the mom pushing her daughter on the swing and maybe the father looking on remembering good times gone by.
wonderful work miri

AndyDoodler said...

Time can be though to deal with. So damned linear- there are a lot of times and people I miss so badly. It is often hard to believe things are no more - when the memories of them are so vivid. Weird universe. But everything that's ever happened - will continue happening forever- -- out in the woods.

Ethereally beautiful painting! Here's to lots of good new memories for everyone.

Twisselman said...

There's a lot happening in the ghostly mist... at first I thought it was just one rather haughty lady ghost, but then I see the two figures with the swing, and then I get lost. The trees have their own haunting essence. Beautiful.
Thanks for the kind words on my blog. Didn't mean it to be a swan song... just recapping the year. So much great stuff like yours to help stir the pot. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Really enjoyed this one by making it full screen and walking through it!

the heartful blogger said...

Wonderful muted colours, autumn ghosts. Quite beautiful!

Michelle Lana said...

great...eerie and spooky!! nice work.

Jaimie said...

beautiful, so atmospheric and dreamy

atomicvelvetsigh said...

ohh wow!! enchanting!! they ^^ said it all..but id like to express how much i love this piece. one of my favorites this week.. if not the most!

Bron Smith said...

I always enjoy your digital painting technique, Miri. It' very beautiful and atmospheric. Sorry I've been out of the comment loop. I've been in Oregon on business for almost a month.

Alina Chau said...

love the moood!