Monday, May 15, 2006

a turn in the south (4)

30 comments:

Alina Chau said...

Nice beautiful lake for a swim!! :)

Gabriele Pennacchioli said...

Excellent!
So simple so powerful.
By any chance, do you know Ferenc Pinter?

Oscar Grillo said...

Isn't that scene in Tasmania?...Is the diver Elliot Cowan?


I know Ferenc Pinter, but you didn't ask me.

Elliot said...

Oscar got in before me there.
It does look like the east coast of Tassie.
The diver has nicer pins than me.

A. Riabovitchev said...

Beautiful picture!I'll like to be there!:O)

limbolo said...

No I don't know Ferenc Pinter, perhaps you should ask Oscar.

limbolo said...

Gabriele,
OK...Now I know a little more about Ferenc Pinter. He seems to be a very accomplished artist. Thanks for bringing him to my attention.

alberto mielgo said...

What a place. I love everything in this painting.
What a master.

Yaxin said...

To jump in to a calm mirror sea...what a eden
:)

Germán said...

I really like your style. First time I saw it was on Eva Goes To Foreign, and I was stunned. Im glad you keep on posting

dibumac said...

Buf !! Incredible work, just as always.
There's always something about your works, there's great sensibility in every image.

martin wittig said...

Beautiful!:)

Patrick O'Keefe said...

wow your paintings are really amazing

A. Riabovitchev said...

She is still there! Has not left Anywhere! !:O)

vikram said...

U really rock man!! I am amazed with ur colour sense and the way u play with negative space. Inspiring work!! Great!! Great!!

william wray said...

I don't know how I missed your blog before. I'm not a big fan of digital painting, but you are such a penultimate designer and artist your winning me over. The drawing design and color are top notch. Good conceptual art is not my strong point so when I see it this well done I'm humbled to the ground. Do you ever go outside and paint with oil? It's taken over my life.

limbolo said...

Hello Bill, I'm not really a big fan either. But that may be because of what people are coming up with rather than the medium itself.
What I like in photoshop are the 'graphic' qualities. It reminds me of screenprinting and lithography.
I posted a couple of 'real paintings' back on the 11th. of April - in response to your request at Gibbon (re. Albert Brenet) -these were imaginary scenes.

william wray said...

It's the artist who transcends the media. And like Bush is the "Decider" you are the "Transender." I
sometimes like the photo feel mixed with the graphic quality. It might be the only way clients will accept graphic work these days.
Again you do it well, but I like the hand done stuff, in the end it has more of a personal identity. I'd love , love, love to see more of that old hand done stuff by you, maybe a nice selection of greatist hits?

justinpatrickparpan said...

Your work is beautiful. Im so impressed by everything. And that crow below...wow, thats pretty scary. Great stuff!

sedyas said...

Incredible illustration. I love the tree, water reflexion and strong shadows.
Well... the composition, color, light... all great, as always!

-Sed

arvindh said...

Amazing work! Was struck dumb by the beauty of most of your work.

rupesh said...

O MAN !!!
Incredible ,Amazing, beautiful ,Excellent work .......
great dwgs u r always my inspiration. keep inspiring me.

limbolo said...

Justin, Sedyas, Arvindh and Rupesh,
Good evening gentlemen, and thanks.

Atlantean said...

This time, I´ll write in soanish.

LIMBOLO, TE ODIO. XD

Stef said...

Dear Limbolo, would you still like one of those amazing Japanese pen? Grillo's this weekend?

limbolo said...

Yes Stef, please bring the amazing Japanese pen.

Scott Wright said...

This is inspiring.

Matt J said...

OUTSTANDING! Another choice cut from the sacrificial altar-

Dominic Bugatto said...

Love your digital paintings. Are you using Photoshop exclusively , or do dabble in painrt too?

Thanks for sharing.

limbolo said...

Mostly Photoshop...Yes I dabble - even daub - in Painter.
The crow below is in Painter.