Monday, October 15, 2007

Landed

Bink to explore the inner workings..

18 comments:

dorothymanserwaterart said...

Love the way you did the background in this one.

W. K. Moore said...

Need to alert Papco immediately and let them know their ship has been located. Nice you could provide an excellent map Ron so they will be able to easily collect their property. Just follow lush grassy area till you find a large wooden structure - load with caution.

newnorth said...

The background is really cool!
The ship is sweet too. I don't think I have seen a boat like that but with all the stuff you included I get a godd understanding.

newnorth said...

err, good (not godd)

Clive said...

Jeeze, Ron, you're keeping them coming. Different again.

Brothergrimm said...

Land ho!--oh wait, you already know.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks Dorothy, just practicing painting without drawing.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks W.K., I know its bordering on greeting card but I am working on local scenes that I have faked.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks N.N. thats what they look like around here, they are old fishboats.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks Clive, there are two other versions, just practicing my no drawing painting.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks Grimm, yes it has landed!

W. K. Moore said...

Nothing Hallmark about this.. although they should be so lucky.. to have it in their inventory. Thx for the post at WC... I broke my rule about going there. Just curious... and now I am once again reminded.

Michelle Smith said...

Love this one!!!

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks Michelle, it just a bit o'fun without any drawing in it.

k. Madison Moore said...

Great visual impression Ron.

Ron Morrison said...

I'm doing what I think comes naturally to me which is to just paint without relying on a drawing. However I get a real satisfaction from inventing complicated scenes which I draw and transfer to the watercolour paper.

Joan said...

It's good to catch up on what I missed while I was away. Love the background on this one.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks Joan, the background was fun to do, no drawing involved in the painting at all.