After last week's complex scene, this week we have something much simpler, a Christmas tree bauble. What can you create with it?
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Baubles within baubles within........ 🙂
Brilliant Leslie. I love the character in that. 🙂
Welcome to SFTW Ruth. Nice job with the lettering on the sphere.
Drawing on SFTW of the past.
I see that room has a new picture on the wall since last year Dean 🙂
Yes Dave. I made a new version of the painting using a Pointilism technique:
And Dean, I can see that the koala has now obtained a permanent position, as bauble bearer.
I love it Dean. It has a touch of the Geds about it in a bizarre sort of a way. I'm seeing five birds and animals, but I am not convinced I have spotted them all. The koala is my favourite with the way it is sunk into the tree, but I love the Kookaburra as I won my camera club's shot of the year compo a while back with an image of a Kookaburra. I also like that you took care of the shadows with the SFTW122 framed picture.
Thanks Jacob and Trevor.
Trevor - you have spotted all the animals, a koala, kangaroo, kookaburra, cockatoo and platypus. I did have a spider last year's room. It is not in this one.
Here is my latest artwork (non-digital) - pastel.
Nice and festive K 🙂
A beautiful day to play outside
It gives a whole new meaning to bauble blowing, Jane, with your folk at the forefront.
Oh that's clever Jane. Well done!
I agree with Trevor, it is a clever use of the bauble. 🙂
A nice re-arrangment of the pattern to make a Christmas tree - very festive Rista
Happy and colorful holidays!
I like it Rafael 🙂