forest #3 DA

Forest #3 DA

Technique: Digital Painting

from Marina Kanavaki series “Trees & Forests” © 2012

 

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  1. Hi Marina! You really have beautiful art over here. Thanks for following my blog “Exploring the world: photography, travel, art” and for liking my posts.
    Kind greetings,
    Marianne

  2. Love the depth of harmony this one portrays. Very cool that the movement is coming directly into the composition from the left and bunches, twists and ascends on the left as it branches back to the right beginning the circle of movement once again. While I see the forest, I also thought of life and light pushing and pulling to consume the darkness. Not sure why I did, but, then, this mind of mine does that to me. I love it!

    • I can’t express how much I appreciate your wonderful comment, Reno! I’ll just tell you that this mind of yours made me very very happy and I am grateful that my work triggered those beautiful thoughts!

  3. WOW, Marina! How do you do that? – that’s amazing and magical!! I can feel, see, and hear the wind swirling around the tree. You are so talented. It looks like an actual oil painting rather than digital. May I ask what software you used?

    • Could be… In this case I used a digital pen on my tablet. It does take some time to get used to it [as I mentioned to Frank below, I did get a sprained wrist!] but it’s fun …as any new medium can be! You can work detail or you can be “primitive”, once you get the hang of it… As I say, it’s fun. Try it!

    • I must confess I got a bit of a sprained wrist after doing this on my tablet. With watercolour I think it would have been easier! Oh, well, I enjoyed it, so I didn’t mind a little pain! Thank you for your kind comment, Frank.

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