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They say this tourist attraction is not on everybody’s hit list. But here it ‘s the first destination of some alien friends. Hope they aren’t disappointed!
The original is in acrylic and about 20″ × 16″.
animals, castles, kids, landscapes, northumberland, other, scenes, space, worlds
Wonderful painting (loving your scifi ideas)
What’s unusual about this? Surely EVERYONE has seen the flying saucers at Stonehenge? I just love your imagination, Brian, and you make a nice cup of coffee too :-) Yes – a FAVOURITE!
Okay … maybe it’s just you who have seen the flying saucer at Stonehenge, but it looks as though it should be there. Brilliant work!
wow! Have you ever see them in the sky for real!
Great!!!!!!!! My turn to study the shadows light composition etc :) Well done Brian – love this -how did I miss it?
Thanks MrLone and welcome to RB
– Brian Towers
This reminds me, I just caught the end of Close Encounters last night, the part where all the small craft start flying around all over the place, before the big Mother shows up, yeah, I think you got this exactly right, maybe they were indulging in a little “crop circle graffitti” earlier, just for grins, eh?
You’re spot on Syd, that picture came about by my being inspired by Close Encounters – I have it on disc and must have seen it ten times. I was particularly impressed with the space ships large and small and tried to capture some of those lighting effects. Great film! Many thanks my friend.
wow – fantastic!! And many congrats on your feature :-))))))
Thanks Ingrid – that’s most kind of you. I occasionally get the urge to try another space scene between portraits, landscapes etc. I think I feel it coming on……
It’s possible our “stone clock” was running a little slow, time for a tune-up!
I once visited those stones. Very impressive bit of engineering for the time – some say it was impossible without ‘help’. I just think how that cheap digital watch I have does a better job, but it doesn’t exactily have the same attraction. I feel an urge to do another space scene.
Nice work . . .