This time not an axe wielding hero, just an old man telling a story to his best friend. I donít know what the old man has to say, maybe he tells a story about their past as they were young and strong, fought together and won several wars. Now grown old realizing that fighting and winning wars didnít make him feel any better, heís tired of fighting and he thanks god that heís still together with his best friend, his trusty horseÖ
Medium: Digital/Painter (Painters Oils and Watercolors)
Copyright: Uwe Jarling
Feb 11, 2006 11:53:32 amby BBarbs Homepage »
WOW. This is a superb image. I really, really, really love it. I cannot say just how much this image affects me. There are no words to describe it. You have painted the image of my dreams. So incredible. As a child growing up, my parents had a painting that this reminds me of by someone unknown. Actually we still have it at the family farm in NH. Anyway, I used to stand in front of that painting and it would take me away......Superb painting. Oh My, I would die to be able to paint like this. I sure hope someday I can use a graphics tablet and do work like this. I would just adore it if you were able to do a step by step tut on the process you used with this one. This is truly exceptional. I am amazed. *V* *FAV*
Feb 11, 2006 12:34:04 pmby rainbows Homepage »
Such amazing beauty. Great man, the expression and feeling. The light and your art. But hey? Great horse too! I like this a very lot. I say thank you for "lighting my nitetime" Total joy... I love horses. I call them my friends.. For they are :-) So.....