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The Farthest They Went

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The Farthest They Went

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Is breá liom do chuid oibre. Cad a chiallaíonn an teideal?


W3R3W00F responds:

Go raibh míle maith agat :) B’fhéidir, tugann an teideal le fios go bhfuair roinnt daoine bás anseo? Nó d'imigh siad as radharc?


It reminds me on BOB ROSS!!!


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W3R3W00F responds:

Go raibh maith agat as an comparáid :)


Okay...I've said before that I feel as if I could step into the frame of your landscapes, but I'd hesitate before going here. Beyond the broken tree - and dead branches poking up everywhere - lies a gloom I wouldn't want to explore without major Hero backup. So...this would probably be the farthest this coward would go, despite my innate (and almost deadly) curiosity. :D So much for the subject matter...on to the art!

The colors you've infused into the landscape's foreground seem to reflect Hope to a once-blasted and long-dead land. The new vegetation bursts with life, thus denying death's permanency. The larger elements (trees, bushes) seem to be more obscure than the new vegetation, almost as if the memory of death is slowly fading from memory, being replaced by new vitality. I really, really enjoy looking at this painting. VERY good work!
thumbs-up


W3R3W00F responds:

Buíochas leat as an scrúdú cuimsitheach :)


Bob Ross would be proud!


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W3R3W00F responds:

Míle buíochas leat :)


nice!


W3R3W00F responds:

Buíochas leat :)

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W3R3W00F
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1,476
Score
4.74 / 5.00

Uploaded
Aug 20, 2017 | 3:58 PM EDT
Category
Illustration
File Info
3840 x 2160 px
PNG
12.3 mb
Tags
forest
killed
corruption
understory

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