Treehouse Fairy by bakapo ()
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made in GIMP and IrfanView with photos, png tubes, and brushes
background treehouse: dbwalton, pixabay files: branches: arlouk, window and lamp: openclipart,
pinecones: andrejbujna, wreath: ohmaoh, willow twigs: mitosue, bell: jansong, dragonfly: susannp
thank you for the background photo, dbwalton.
thanks for stopping by and/or commenting, everyone.
Image Comments (20)
Another delight...the spectacularly green, sheened fairy is wonderful contrast for the textured moss-covered bark; and again you know how to place outside-objects across your images: Love that she's sitting on a ledge (Twig Terrace? I assume her home...) with pine cones, what looks like either dried flowers or shells on her door, lots of little flares of light (twinkling stars), and a great complex outfit on her. (It almost could pass for a sari, in its mid range...) And, above her door, a great wooden concoction of painting and flowers,, or a flower painting. The dragon fly is so bold and yet it fits in. You have a window on the upper right, which also fits in perfectly, even though we don't see windows in trees very often (lol)...And light from behind (bottom left). Charm and magic again, and the greens are wonderful; and I love the fairy's outfit, her hair, her stockings and brown shoes, and those darker green 'airy' wings. Wonderful work, Barb. Delightful.
I'm at 50 minutes (an I only did 6 of your images---see how slow I am?) But i have to go now. I'll try to do the rest before I take another break. I'm usually a little faster than this; but this wasn't because of my arm, it was because of the complexity of your images! Magical stuff. I hope all is well, barb, and that your caretaking isn't taking too much out of you. And thank you as always for such caring and wonderful comments. I appreciate every last one...I hope you're able (with everything you have to do) to enjoy your new england fall, still the greatest fall on planet earth...