+JMJ+ I was wondering what makes this one different from your other sketches of trees in the woods, and then I realised it was the fern.
Yeah, typically the ferns make it into drawings in a half-done sort of way. They are sort of tedious to render. But I did say to myself as I drew this that I need to include them more often in forest drawings.
Plus the roots of the fallen tree.
Mr. Stilwell writes : "typically the ferns make it into drawings in a half-done sort of way."Not so much 'half-done' as half-revealed.Even though the wood nymph's breasts are clearly visible they nevertheless require a slight bit of imagination to draw them and the rest of her out of hiding.
The nymphs that dance through woodshave no clothes but trees,for they are fleet of foot - too quick to see.Hm, doggerel! I haven't written more than two lines since...since, well, since Locus Focus!
Correction: since Word and Question. I'm getting the Shredded Cheddar themes mixed up.
"have no clothes but trees,for they are fleet of foot - too quick to see."Which is the advantage fine artists have over mere mortal men. For they can and do capture them by brush and pen.
+JMJ+ Yes, yes, I can take the hint . . . But will I also run with it? =P
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