I know you don't DO cute ...but he's one cute owl
This is wonderful, love how you captured the light from the moon.
loving the owl
Hi NigelLove the texture and shading on this.Move along please haha, thanks for the chuckle!Sarah
This is wonderful Nigel, very free spirited. Great effect around the moon, with it's glow. Px
Beautiful! Love the owl and the silvery grey sky. Moving along. :) I'll mind the gap.
I love this owl- he speaks volumes!
Get the hint ....moving along! SuzPS...great piece
Nigel, this is truly amazing. I am guessing this is a watercolour painting done by you. It is a beautiful composition with a stunning star of the show and it perfectly conjures up a frosty night, typical of the time of year and reminds me of what wakes me up so often lately. I love owls, I even love being woken up by them...Even if you didn't paint it, it is enchanting!!Sue xx
OK Nigel, we can take a hint!Seriously, love the background and how it lightens towards the moon. And that's a cheeky old owl!Hugs xx
Lovely piece Nigel, love the moon, so effective and your owl is gorgeous. Great piece. Tracy Evans x x
Sue, it's mostly Distress inks applied with sponge, although the finer detail was added by brush and pencil. The branch is a piece of scrap veneer from Bentley.
I can see that we're on the same path with the distress inks. They are great, aren't they? I have to say that your kind comments on my drawing attempts mean even more to me now I've seen your work. Thank you.
Wooow, truly mesmerising... I love that owl, I love owls in general and this one is just gorgeous! stunning work ;) x
Wonderful design, love the realistic background blending of colors. Thanks for playing along with us at the Play Date Cafe!
OHHH! This is just fabulous! I love that little owl--super cute! Great job with our colors!! Thanks so much for playing along with us and joining in the fun over at the PDCC:}
wait the song isn't finished playing in my headowls and moons ... you captured them so well Nigel!
This is lovely Nigel, the owl looks so wise. Sorry, I'm a bit late in getting around to comment on everyone's blogs, but thanks for playing along with us last week at the PDCC!
Hi Nigel,thanks for your comment, I really appreciate that.I like this picture a lot, it seems to take the speed out of things, makes me calm down when I look at it. Thanks for sharing this,have a nice sunday.Janna
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