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Old 11-29-2017, 11:34 AM
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More playing with photos. I'm really just treading water, after coming off shift. It's how I relax of late. In just 3 weeks time I shall retire from work forever, and then I can start my serious art projects at long last! Woohoo!! Follow my progress, if you like, on Instagram @fairy_artwork, or on the Facebook page entitled "Fairy Artist".
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Re: The Flame of Eternity.

Greenhill, Congratulations and good for you.

Your image portrays a sense of being "set free" and endless limits. With retirement just days ahead, you must be feeling that energy. This is a beautiful creation. Did you do the photo shoot of the model?

I am anxious to hear what some of those serious art projects may be.
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Re: The Flame of Eternity.

Thanks Luv2shoot. Yes, I photographed my model "Victoriah" in a studio originally, and drew the rest in Photoshop using a Ugee tablet and pen. As for my "serious" art goals, well, I should like to spend most of my coming retirement painting in oils, with the broad concept of attempting, in my own humble way, a revival of Victorian Fairy Painting ( taking inspiration from artists such as Richard Dadd, John Atkinson Grimshaw, Joseph Noel Paton and John Simmons etc.)
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Re: The Flame of Eternity.

Lovely work!
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