I always see inspiring stuff when I look at your blog. Lovely use of cast shadow!
beam me up, scotty.
It is really the shadow of the right ear of a giant Souris Mickey who was coming to avenge the cruelties perpetrated on that nice novillo by the evil "Bull jumper" (whatever they call them over there)
Elliot,I laughed so much I thought I was going to cough up bone marrow.Oscar,Actually, it's the shadow of that collossus straddling Argentina that Crookie drew.
Yes.......These bull drawings give me the horn (Just like Lord Longford did)
Superb! The beauty and minimalism, color and a composition are connected in one projection. Neil, you began to put the signature in your digital pictures!:O)
All action , beautifull colors. now that I understand this ceremony, I can see what is happening.
A note to readers who may be too young or too far away:Frank Pakenham, 1905-2001 - the 5th. LORD LONGFORD. A tireless campaigner for causes noble and ignoble. I did not know that the fabulously wealthy Oscar Grillo harboured a sensual passion for him. I don't know why the confession comes at this time but that might just be Lord Longford's distinctive bald pate looming over the arena.Bboy and Dodos,Good afternoon and thank you...Andrei, Alberto,Saludos amigos.
Awesome! Pardon my ignorance, but what medium/program are you creating your images in?-M
In this case, Photoshop.
I had to fight for Pakenham's favours with Derek and Clive.
Limbolo!Que gane el toro!!!Que gane el toro!!! opssss, sorry.Great work, congrats.Mauricio
Love it! Great shapes.
Hi Neil!I don´t what I can say....just: WOOOW,OLÉ!!!(could be it enough?)oK..,CONGRATULATIONS FOR ALL YOUR STUFF! Impresionante!
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