~o~ Out of the Mist ~o~
Last week's picture was rushed and I wasn't satisfied with it. I wanted to put more time into it, but instead wound up painting this here... Basically I spent all day on it and now have all kinds of school stuff I still need to take care of (which I shoud have done first).
Oh well, enjoy!
I like it
this is simply great composition. its like the person in the picture has stopped in their tracks cause they have sensed we are looking right at them. its really great
Love the animal on the left
Ooh great work it looks fantastic! I hope you were able to get your school work done too.
very beautiful work...
Wonderful work. I love looking at your pictures, there is always something different and often something to make you smile.
fantastic work...as always!
You are most welcome!
Great Environmental Mood
I love the tree cats, and the background disappearing in the blue fog, very wonderful
Amazing, I love the colours
I love your work and creativity, it's really inspiring :3 each painting you do has such different mood to it it's awesome!
It's a beautifully eerie evening in the forest. From the well worn path I'd guess that many have come this way before, or maybe few come but it's been in use for centuries/millennia. The cute little critters in the trees look benign enough but I'd still be careful. This woman looks very solemn as she waits, and I can't tell if she's warning or welcoming the traveler. Great job on the trees and especially the flowers, mushrooms, etc. near the ground. Of course the fireflies add a lot of depth and charm to the scene as well.
You always put way more thought into your comments than I put into my pictures!
Wow! You created the atmosphere of the piece expertly! Keep up the good art!
I love it. Cats in the tree peering down watching are always good. It is what they do, after all.
Thanks. - I just realized you changed your dA-name. What's Motley?
Oh, yeah! Motley technically means "assorted" or "various", but it also has links to court jesters, who wore patchwork colorful outfits. "Dress in motley" meant to dress like a jester or harlequin. So it has more than one meaning for me.
I adore your work.