This is another of my limited palette experiments, trying to see what I can do with just a couple of colours.
Your art is amazing, I really can't believe you are real!!! I love your palette choises, I remember the pre-raphaelists,but you are better, is magic.Thank you fot your art.
Man, there's one thing I've certanily noticed---all of your stuff reminds me so strongly of all my friends and family! On a second glance, this one look just like my girl Katherine. ^_^ We love you, Larry. These paintings make up for all the pictures of them I *lack*.
Man,you are great....
Hello - This particular image is based on local folklore from the war of 1812. The story goes something like - A woman, upon hearing of the death of her husband, a British soldier, kills herself so that she can search for him in the afterlife. Her ghost is sometimes seen on local forest paths on misty nights.
incrivel... more I assume that ja knows of this, is Brazilian, had knowledge of its work for the book of lobisomen age of the darknesses you never thought abuot lauching a book with historias all illustrated?
*sigh* Oh, Larry! You're my hero! I don't know what else to say.
Thank-you very much Rachel.
Thanks Dean. I'm always looking for an excuse to do trees. Larry
Abranda - Colour schemes are up for grabs Help yourself. Larry
James - Thanks. I love working with only a few colours. It's a sure fire way to establish a mood. Larry
Ken - yer a nut, and thanks. Larry
Anne - Thanks very much. Larry
Very successful experiment! A beautiful yet eerie image. And I love the limited colors.
She's beautiful, Larry.
The experiment is a success! The whole thing has a certain weight to it. The trees seem so old and mysterious. The figure's hair and clothes are awesome!
You are sooooo good. I love your style. I hope you don't mind but this is exactly the color sceme I was looking for for my new painting. Thanks. Your brilliant. But you probaly already know that. Cheers!
Excellent, Larry! you have certainly worked wonders with that limited palette!
Another Rackham esque great piece, Doog! Come on, let's all say it together: Dooooooooooooooog!
It's brilliant, Larry. The color palette you've chosen is perfect. Can I clean your brushes? I am also a good sweeper....
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