Shadows at Night (for Ducan) by Cyve ()
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For DUCAN aka bebopdlx Thank you for your support my friend and I hope that this scrawl will please you !!!
Paints on white paper (30x40).
Thank you for the visit and comments.
Many thanks also for previous comments, ratings and favs.
Pour DUCAN aka bebopdlx Merci pour votre soutien mon ami et j'espere que vous aimerez ce gribouillage.
Peintures sur papier blanc (30x40).
Merci pour la visite et les commentaires.
Merci egalement pour vos precedents commentaires, visites et favoris.
Have a fantastic week-end.
Image Comments (128)
vechtdalcollege () 1:21PM | Mon, 20 April 2015
A real sensational painting in Optical Art! Very dynamic in B&W, an amazing job my friend. Gr.Rudy.
Radar_rad-dude () 1:57PM | Mon, 20 April 2015
A most superb creation! Very innovative and fascinating! Bravo! Well done!
danapommet () 10:17PM | Mon, 20 April 2015
A spectacular image Yves and a great pose! Une image spectaculaire Yves et une grande pose!
goodoleboy () 10:52PM | Mon, 20 April 2015
Inverted striations galore in this striking illustration, suggesting la femme with a very slim bod, in the act of crossing her legs.
BellaDark () 11:37AM | Tue, 21 April 2015
This is a real endeavour and expertly achieved, I think. The eye wanders over this image forever. :)
spacechimp () 12:39PM | Tue, 21 April 2015
This must have been difficult to draw, a very beautiful work!!
Syltermermaid () 12:55PM | Tue, 21 April 2015
And what for a shadow!! Fantastic work Yves!!! Marvelous work as always. Your gallery is always good for a surprise!! Hugs Ute
RodS () 8:54PM | Tue, 21 April 2015
This is just stunning, Yves! Keeping the light and dark stripes uniform and consistent with the curves of her body is not easy - and you've done a perfect job with it here!
anahata.c () 7:34AM | Sun, 26 April 2015
a very effective variation on your usual black against white (or dark against white): Here you reversed it. Also, I assume that it takes some time and patience to paint all those white lines, each one in "sync" with the line below or above it. In zoom, this really becomes mesmerizing, as we move down the painting. Very well done, and I like the way one leg crosses over the other---all articulated by repeated white lines. Your black background is actually very active, with grays and (I think) reddish-blacks. Very full and very well done, Yves.