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black speckled moths on yellow blossoms

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  1. krispy 108 months ago | reply

    Bomb-diggity! this is lovely. Can you tell me what the materials are? Is this one of your canvases? a painting? Marker drawing? I really love the tree, background-right side; where the yellow looks "off-set" like a mis-registered print (think ot the way the color cartoons in a newspaper sometimes shift mis-align). That's brilliant!

  2. giveawayboy 108 months ago | reply

    Actually, now that I come to think of it, the colors on this one were done by my friend Steven Meigs. I drew the original drawing. It was based on a tree outside my windows. Each of the branches had stalks filled w blossoms that looked like little yellow Christmas trees. Those blossoms were decorated with ornaments of bees and black moths. So, I noted the colors and passed them onto Steven. I had drawn this in black marker on white paper and Steven then added the color on computer. The orbs w stripes represent the bees (some of which can be seen buzzing in the air), the dark triangles of course, the moths. The moths were covered with white snowy specks. The foliage of course was varying shades of green. Steven did an excellent job on the colors.

  3. Rubén Jesús Gómez Morales 68 months ago | reply

    Hola, soy el administrador de un grupo llamado Rotuladores | Markers y nos encantaría agregar esto al grupo.

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