Arcade by me72nl ()
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Ink, watercolor pencils
Image Comments (16)
eekdog () Online Now! 10:04AM | Fri, 11 August 2017
Brilliant imagination, this really is mind blowing and well crafted my friend.
mtdana () Online Now! 1:18AM | Sat, 12 August 2017
Amazing creation and it is fascinating to zoom in and see how you create these shapes, the planning is mind blowing!!! Very Cool!!!
renecyberdoc () 12:21AM | Thu, 17 August 2017
it has a touch of picassos "Guernica" in it with other motives of course.well done.
Giana () 11:41PM | Wed, 30 August 2017
interesting the things we set as focal points versus what we put dead centre, almost like a sleight of hand. i have not zoomed in myself, but from the thumbnail, i'm reminded of tethered balloons, yet they are not. still i like that idea esp. since most of the 'balloons' are heavy metaled things - the illogical juxtaposition of it delights my weary soul. i am curious about that helm though, moreso than i am about 'winken, blinken & nod' just above. are you fool who pushes the button to play? are you knight who protects fools from the releasing of Pandora's secrets? it does seem there's a division of some kind, if for no other reason than how you've placed colours... i'll need to ponder [such a lucky girl, i am]
me72nl () 3:22PM | Fri, 01 September 2017
As ALWAYS... i love what and how you look at my work... my stream of thought in this is a recurring one... in each of our Arcades, the pin balls ..and their colors and sounds are created and painted by the experiences you put in... and...to me, the main difference between Knight and Fool is..the Fool realizes no matter how noble or well planned the action... results are random... you push the button, see what ball you get, and see how that color fits in...repeat as necessary