Friday, June 5, 2009

DSFDF still life challenge


This is a graphite and watercolor still life done for Karin Jurick's Different Strokes for Different Folks blog. She posts a photograph and invites artists to submit their interpretation.
"Locally Grown"

13 comments:

Ann Rogers said...

Great light and shadows on your entry, all with edible colors!

hissnhowl said...

Thank you Ann! The shadows were my favorite part of this one...

Glenda Mosher said...

Lovely! I really like the "woolly" shadows!

hissnhowl said...

Thanks Glenda - I had fun with those little shadow creatures coming out from under the plate!

Dean H. said...

Beautiful work, Shelly. Very realistic and believable.

hissnhowl said...

Thanks Dean - I loved yours too!

Cindi said...

oops somehow missed this one.. was drawn to the portrait..

this is wonderful also.. arent they fun to do??

hissnhowl said...

Thank you Cindi - yes I really had fun with this one. And these challenges are really good for me with a lot of things I would not otherwise have painted. I always love to see the different ways different artists handle the same photograph.

laurens.paint.palette said...

Nice job! Don't you just love those shadows?

Linda Wilder Daily Painting said...

nice job...love the shadows...they come to life

hissnhowl said...

Thank you!

DEB said...

What fun shadows you have on this challenge!

dominique eichi said...

what a great DSFDF you did. The shadow creatures really stand out in yours. Well done