Where Is Spring?

Mixed Medium Fantasy posted on Apr 20, 2022
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Thanks for comments and views! Main content from pixabay. background trees: enriquelopezgarre, man: anaterate, snowdrops: openclipart and kreativehexen, mushrooms: susannp, leaves: chukovskaya

Comments (19)


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Richardphotos 10:05PM | Wed, 20 April 2022

very cool scene and wooden forest fellow

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Wolfenshire Online Now! 10:36PM | Wed, 20 April 2022

That is so super cool, I don't even know how you did it. You're a master artist!

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Saby55 1:05AM | Thu, 21 April 2022

Great job my friend.👍🙋‍♂️

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A_Sunbeam 1:10AM | Thu, 21 April 2022

Great character and wood textures!

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starship64 Online Now! 1:26AM | Thu, 21 April 2022

This is lovely work!

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Paulienchen 2:40AM | Thu, 21 April 2022

ein schönes Bild

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jdwtrxk 5:13AM | Thu, 21 April 2022

Very interesting image - and a good question too,,,

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elleque 7:17AM | Thu, 21 April 2022

Superb imagination! My place omits spring and summer is about to come. Do mushrooms like summer? Ah he has a big parasol.

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anahata.c 7:27AM | Thu, 21 April 2022

Ha! Ditto Wolf (and others): A wooden tree god, decked out with another shroom hat (or crown), and Roman laurels, and a flower or two...sitting looking like he's disgusted with the snow gods, and is holding his tongue for fear of starting a brawl. the surrouding looks like a photo that you've compiled from smaller photo-parts---it's a wonderful background. I love that flowers are blooming in the snow (spring's not far off!), but there's also the drab tangled dead leaves of winter. Well, the poet said "April is the cruelest month..." ("breeding lilacs out of the dead land..." TS Eliot)...and it sure can be. (Your state and mine.) Your tree god has made his feelings known...Another delight from you: I love that tree dude. You fit him into the tree and old stump effortlessly.

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MollyFootman 9:33AM | Thu, 21 April 2022

Nice work with the mushroom man... he seems kind of grumpy about the snow on the ground. I love the whole composition and certainly agree with the sentiment! Thank you for sharing!

Molly

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Lenord 9:35AM | Thu, 21 April 2022

It's here come on down...it's been in the low 90sF last few days here but bring an anchor cause it can get windy too. he must be one of Groot's ancestors...

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VDH 3:19PM | Thu, 21 April 2022

Superb fantasy creation, complex and nice composition !!!

OmniFX 4:37PM | Thu, 21 April 2022

Amazing scene, nicely done! Just have to sit and wait for Spring to arrive.

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shadownet 6:04PM | Thu, 21 April 2022

Excellent

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TwiztidKidd Online Now! 7:20PM | Thu, 21 April 2022

Spring fell on a Thursday this year LOL Excellent work putting everything together, you are very talented!

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eekdog Online Now! 9:42PM | Thu, 21 April 2022

spring has sprung, but it will arive soon there. awesome mushroom man barb. looks like he needs moisture.

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UteBigSmile 4:49AM | Sun, 24 April 2022

Fantastic looking one dear Barb!

Your new image, as well as all the others, are all very beautiful. Unfortunately, for health reasons I am not able to leave a comment on each one and hope for your understanding.

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Radar_rad-dude 1:59PM | Tue, 26 April 2022

Fantastic image! The dried out old mushroom king is getting tired of waiting for his replacement? Excellent art! Bravo!

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perpetualrevision 1:14PM | Sat, 07 May 2022

Good question!! I love how you brought all these elements together to create such an expressive mushroom man, looking disgruntled at the spring snow!

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