Sweet. This one will give somebody a woody Or maybe a trophy te he
Excellent fire works inside the frame and a crazy Clinton showing off all her power in that smile
Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh the dreaded 5th place. I always tell Joni to go hide the guns when I take 5th. But I know you will just snip out a pic from google of a trophy, spit on the back and slap it on the monitor over your chop hahahahaahahahahah, kidding asid, D, really well done.
This is just a digital art piece I did that I hope depicts a woman focusing on a conversation of interest to her. Member reactions:
I think your goal was reached with great perfection. She really seems to be paying attention to something, it is very well represented by the expression in her eyes. I sincerely hope to see this work between the top 4, congrats.
Yae you really captured my attention very nice idea
Thank you very much for your comments Demboscki, balodya Yae, and Newsmaster. I do appreciate the feedback.
I did this picture because I wanted to use my 'smoking brushes' just because they are fun to use, not to promote or put down smoking. Member reactions:
Frankly, I think it's unfortunate that we live in a world where you feel that you have to justify the cigarette in your image. The hypersensitive, politically-correct contingent forces us to walk on eggshells and it shouldn't be that way. I'm no tobacco advocate, but if the woman in your picture is a smoker…then by-golly, let her smoke.
Thank you for your comments, balodiya and NewsMaster. Hi, AntonZ, I agree that sometimes we feel forced to walk on eggshells in order not to offend someone.
Marilyn Monroe is immortalized in many pictures, old movies, and she even had a song written in honour of her by Elton John. Yet, Marilyn led a very tragic life and died alone in her bed, of a drug overdose, either by mistake or intent. She is an interesting person to draw. Member reactions:
Yes.... very right she is the most beautiful girl the world lost
This digital art was done by using a photograph for reference. The stonework in the background is the one piece that is not mine. It was from a Kozzie image. Also, I designed her dress but did not do the lacework on it. That came from an image on the internet too.