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Had some fun doing semi-abstract art this time:

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This piece of art represents new territory for me, my first picture of an imaginary person. I spent a great deal of time on the details, but getting it all to hang together was much harder. It was a much more logical than intuitive process than I'm used to, and it's safe to say it's the biggest artistic challenge I've taken on.

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I never thought I'd do any art in black and white, but then this new approach to surrealistic art seemed to be just the right thing! Alas, there's more black than white, and the background is dull, but perhaps not so bad for a first try? See if you can spot the oppossum, owl, and raccoon.

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A light-hearted still life, to be viewed while listening to some nice Brazilian pop music and pretending that you've forgotten all the bad news since the early '60s:

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NOTE: Link has changed to: http://fineartamerica.com/featured/golden-hour-windstorm-dorothy-pugh.html
I was trying for a certain nostalgic effect here: a house and shady yard, with a wind blowing a lot of things around, most notably flower petals in the foreground. You can see a storm coming in and a pond in the corner. I guess it's modern and old-fashioned at the same time.

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Some fun I had with digital art recently:
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