Artemis and the Moon by eras50 ()
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Again I was doubting whether to post this in the fractal gallery. The fractal part is obvious, I think, a flowery spiral with golden adornments. The female figure and the tree she's embracing were hand-drawn with real coloured pencils on a real piece of paper. (These things still exist!) I scanned the drawing, etc., etc. :)
I also had doubts about the "Nudity" advisory, but I read the Terms of Service and decided to select it.
Artemis was the ancient Greek goddess of hunting and the moon (her Roman equivalent was Diana). Daughter of Zeus and sister of Apollo, she used to carry an arch and bow. Not in this image though, she must have left them out of the frame ;)
I wonder what you think of this experiment. Thank you for viewing and commenting!
Image Comments (14)
Morgana61 () 7:45AM | Thu, 29 March 2007
Bello, elegante e raffinato....un tocco di finezza. Wonderful work!
Catriona2 () 8:10AM | Thu, 29 March 2007
Love the godess. Its hard to see where the fractal ends and she begins
Jay-el-Jay () 2:09PM | Thu, 29 March 2007
This is a very succesful result from your experiment of combining the techniques.Fine work.
RodolfoCiminelli () 5:55PM | Thu, 29 March 2007
Excelente y muy delicado y fino trabajo Ersi......!!!!!
soepie17 () 8:05PM | Thu, 29 March 2007
A very pretty experiment, and certainly a good drawing, wish I was able to do things like that, but well, I'll just stay with my poser figures to add to my fractals ;)