Play the violins I for MollyFootman

Poser Fantasy posted on Aug 30, 2022
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After Norman Rockwell and Charles Spencelayh I'm starting a new mini series between art and fantasy. My starting point is simple: the characters in the paintings have a life of their own that does not leave indifferent some informed viewers. These imagine, out of empathy, that the music could allow them to enter into a relationship with these fictional characters and enrich their living conditions in the painting. This time, the viewer finds her place between two paintings. Thank you for the view and your comments

Comments (4)


Anim8dtoon 7:58AM | Tue, 30 August 2022

This is FABULOUS artwork! I have to ask, where did you find the wonderful picture frames at? I couldn't help but notice you have used them frequently in your images. And that FANTASTIC dynamic dress she's wearing--whose is it? Keep them coming; you are one very TALENTED graphic storyteller!

marcopol 8:33AM | Tue, 30 August 2022

Thank you very much for your interest in my work. The Frame come from Maclean, Everyday Frames & Mirrors, and the dynamic dress is the Century Night Gown, both from DAZ. :)


Tracesl 12:08PM | Tue, 30 August 2022


marcopol 12:13PM | Tue, 30 August 2022

Thank you very much


mazzam 3:16PM | Tue, 30 August 2022

Fine image!

marcopol 12:32AM | Wed, 31 August 2022

Thank you very much


MollyFootman 9:46PM | Tue, 06 December 2022

First of all, I am so pleased to receive the dedication. Thank you, my dear! I'm just sorry it has taken me so long to get to it.

Now, the picture! I love two pictures she is between; both have older people playing or trying to remember how to play music. The Norman Rockwell painting is great with the musicians playing happily in the back room of the Barber Shop. I was not really aware of Charles Spencelayh and am glad to be introduced to him. The picture you chose is so touching the the older musician, head bowed, trying to remember a tune to play. Your main character is one of my favorites; the older lady. Her spirited playing and glance toward the picture by Charles Spencelayh suggests a connection to and sympathy for the subject of that painting and his sadness.

Thank you for sharing, my dear! I truly enjoyed viewing!


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