Land's end by ghostwolf

Land's end

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Added: Mar 29, 2006
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Here's a piece I've been working on for a while now. For those of you that have a keen and imaginative eye tell me if you can see the hidden image in this one...

Journyed this path for too long and i've come too far

Obstacles in my way are not easily overlooked

Seduced by my demons they make me want to turn away

However much i wish things didn't have to be this way

Unkind as it is i understand the answers will come in time

And when they do i'll still be here waiting for you

Prints are available here: http://www.cafepress.com/dlarts18

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Guest's picture

I absoulutly love this picture! Although I can't really see the hidden image.

Guest's picture

Really cool. I don't get the fourth or fith line, however

Guest's picture

I have problem seeing the last two lines in the picture. Anyway, it's truly magnificent and inspiring.

Guest's picture

yeah in teh sid

Guest's picture

WOWOWOOOOOOO. THIS WILL MAKE A GREAT BOOK COVER FOR A FANTASI STORY.... LOVE THE DETAILS AND THE FRESH IDEAS YOU GIVEN TO IT.... SPLENDITE

Guest's picture

I sense a Rodney Matthews influence, particularly with the flying ship and color palette. Very nice work!

frixon's picture

incredible work. WOOOOW

Guest's picture

I am inspired.

rita's picture

This is so magnificent! the colors and this mood is WONDERFUL

thrax-1's picture

that is unbelievable. would love to see a step by step of that gargoyle alone, all of it is entirely magnificent. hmmm, the sailing ship is almost positioned exactly under the tree as is the small lantern for the smaller twig, perhaps that has something to do with the hidden image?. or maybe it is that face in the sky?. heh, great work

nbertran's picture

Magnificient work

Guest's picture

I see 4 hidden images. I like it. It doesn't look real to me, but fantasy never is. very dreamy.

ghostwolf's picture

Thanks and glad you like it. I guess I may have forced the perspective a bit, but basically you're looking at it from an elevated distance with the bridge being the furthest point from you besides the ship sailing into the sunset.

carles's picture

The image is great, but I cannot seem to figure out the perspective in it. I am puzzled ...

Art at its best.