predator flees the storm by madasatadpole ()
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last one from me for a while..:(
i have a heavy cold so have decided to stay home and finish this latest effort not quite happy with it ..but anyhows i was browsing the photo gallery here at rendero, when i spotted this owl picture by lasa i thought it would make a good alpha and lasa kindly consented to me using his pic if you want to check it out here is the link
the landscape was inspired by john william waterhouse(1849-1917)which i enjoyed doing in my collaboration with christie(djeser)
credits go to....lasa for his incredible owl pic
transpond scattered flowers
the tall slim gnarled tree to the right of the owl was made by me in vue by stretching the old dead tree and filling the trunk with small maples
sitting blue's stones fom his stonering
toucan water lillies
and finally avian birds
hope you like it and thanks for stopping by a warm and happy new year to all my friends
FOR MY SWEETHEART who i enjoyed the best xmas ever with xxx
Image Comments (50)
deadhead () 10:14AM | Mon, 05 January 2004
Great work Davy (as usual ;) ) Id never told that it is alpha plane, its very well blended together. I hope youll be OK soon.
Doro () 10:14AM | Mon, 05 January 2004
Lovely one! I'm just waiting for Harry Potters flying car coming over the mountains. Happy new year to you too!
FrenchKiss () 10:15AM | Mon, 05 January 2004
Stunning image, Davy!! Your alpha plane fits in very well and the tree is fantastic. Love the coming stormy atmosphere and your attention to detail. Just beautiful!
Djeser () 10:21AM | Mon, 05 January 2004
Wow, beautiful image, Davy! The owl looks just perfect in this, and I love the atmosphere, it really looks like a storm moving in. And thank you for the sweet dedication!
Richardphotos () Online Now! 10:24AM | Mon, 05 January 2004
one has to look twice to discern between reality and your art. most excellent
nish () 10:38AM | Mon, 05 January 2004
gorgeous scene. the tree looks fantastic!!! hope you'll get well soon.
timefighter () 10:39AM | Mon, 05 January 2004
Its a beauty Davy! Lighting is perfect, and yes the Owl worked very well. Nicely done.
j-art () 10:47AM | Mon, 05 January 2004
davy this is great - very good use of alpha plane - your vue work is really a joy to look at - thanks for your art and thanks for being a friend!!!!!!!!!!!!! and congrats to lasa for this stunning shot!!
ebsmooth () 10:48AM | Mon, 05 January 2004
excellent scene! the lighting is perfect, and the owl is amazing! great work!!!!!
wabe () 11:03AM | Mon, 05 January 2004
Wow my friend. What an image, what an alpha. Good that i showed you this. Hope that you can get rid of your cold quickly, i know exactly how you feel right now. I have it as well. Hope to see you back as soon as possible and totally healthy (well, maybe the first time in your life??? When we add mental....). See you, Walther
iloco () 11:32AM | Mon, 05 January 2004
Well done with the alph plane. Really makes for a nice image.
beetle-car () 12:01PM | Mon, 05 January 2004
Teriffic job with this, Davy! The owl fits in very well.
KidsAmerica () 12:09PM | Mon, 05 January 2004
A beautiful morbidezza befits this beloved raptor in urgent flight. I realize you were working for the subtle aspect but yet the boy in me says, "I'd love to see just a tad evidence of lightning brightening an area of sky somewhat nearby amidst those dark storm clouds." Reason? I've seen owls during summer storms in farm country. One can see the coming storms for miles and an owl normally isn't bothered much. They are very brave birds and much is required to cuase such urgency in thier demeanor. :) Love the work.
niandji () 12:12PM | Mon, 05 January 2004
Beautiful work as always Davy, your detail is amazing! Well done and I hope you're feeling better soon!
zxcvb () 12:46PM | Mon, 05 January 2004
Beautiful image davy , the alpha plane look amazing , very well done:-)
spider1313 () 1:43PM | Mon, 05 January 2004
Alpha?!? Damn, man...this whole thing looks like a photo! Maybe when you've had enough of that cold, you could pass it on to me so maybe could put together some this gorgeous!! Hope you're feeling better soon '-)! ==steve
jgmart () 1:50PM | Mon, 05 January 2004
Davy this is awesome! That alpha gives the picture such depth. Hope you're feeling better real soon :)
Irish () 2:03PM | Mon, 05 January 2004
Impressive and lovely! Was going to ask where you got the owl but reading you description I see its an alpha...WOW!!!! Bravo on a really gorgeous image. Hope you get over that cold real soon!
coa () 4:53PM | Mon, 05 January 2004
Fantastic image, Davy! NEVER, NEVER would I have guessed an alpha! Marvellous landscaping, texzture and details as well!
SQS () 5:37PM | Mon, 05 January 2004
This beautiful owl fits right in. Just gorgeous, the whole effect.
Flycatcher () 7:44PM | Mon, 05 January 2004
Not sure what you're not quite happy with, Davy, it looks pretty nigh perfect to me. Have a vote to help you over your cold.