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Topic: Whimsical? Surreal? Painting after Nicoletta Ciccoli and some drawings  (Read 3102 times)
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TansysMaySigh
« on: December 31, 2010 08:59:08 PM »


Feel free to post what it means to you or any other comment, critique or question!

This is painted on wood (not very fun) in the likeness of Nicoletta Ciccoli's work. Her prints are really awesome. If you have time, look her up! She has some very alice in wonderlandy stuff.
Mostly this was inspired by these three pictures:




Here are some petty drawings I did, all after pictures I took, but am too lazy to post beside them =D

Actually unfinished and sorry for the horizontalness! Someone said the fur trimmed hood looks like the horse's hair. I agree. What an awesome picture Idea!




Dyre, my homing pigeon and the rest have my horse in them, but I was changed, mostly because I cant draw myself Wink

comment, critique or question!
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SugarComa25
« Reply #1 on: February 06, 2011 02:58:21 PM »

I really like this style of art... im not sure what you call it. Camillia Rose Garcia kind of has this style of art as well. Awesome job on it, it looks great!
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TansysMaySigh
« Reply #2 on: February 07, 2011 01:54:21 PM »

Thank you! I think Nicoletta appeals to me because of the surrealness. I looked at Camillia's work. They both have wonderfully strong, even eerie feelings. I love it!
 I'm working on a new surreal piece now that includes hair and peacock feathers.
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