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Blazing Czar / Setting Star

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The Blazing Czar and the Setting Star

18x12 watercolor, acrylic, and india ink


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i feel like im being watched while looking at this its super cool and looks like something that would be in a museum

Awesome work, looks like you plucked it straight out of a shroom trip!

LittleLuckyLink responds:

Hehehehe

A Wonderful GIF. This is one Colorful Artwork here. I Love this art. Were You inspired to do this? Gppd job Getting the Frontpaged Award. Keep it up
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LittleLuckyLink responds:

It's a water-tower here where I live that happens to be the largest steel reservoir in the U.S., its magical and hypnotic lights shine a glorious beacon that can be seen from miles away.

Also oh snap, didn't realize this got fp!

This would make a such a great GIF, make the sky part move and the mushroom sea wiggle a bit, DAYUM.

LittleLuckyLink responds:

It really would ohmygod. I give permission to do this to anyone.

I´m digging this artwork very original. Where did you get the inspiration for this work (artist experience)?

LittleLuckyLink responds:

It's an interesting twist on this magnificent water tower that happens to be not too far from where I live. It's actually the largest steel reservoir in the U.S., and is positioned on the tallest hill in central Texas (or something), which allows its glorious lights to be seen from several miles away. Curiosity has drawn me to it, and I've found that it's actually quite peaceful of a place. I've painted it once before, and intend on including a few other interpretations of the various beauties of the Czar (The Martin Hill Reservoir) throughout stages of the days and then most definitely portraits of other water towers. I enjoy water towers.

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Uploaded
Nov 24, 2014
2:28 PM EST
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2023 x 1347 px
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