This is the second of images done from a fractal created in Incendia. An image reminding me of my Irish heritage and how I sometimes make things harder by getting in my own way. ;o) Part of my charm I guess.

Some of you have already read this part of the story from the “Solitary Tinman’s Journey”.

I started my journey many years ago wanting to be like Leonardo da Vinci. Then it was Charles M. Russel. Later, it was Monet and Van Gogh. I used to practice for hours to see if I could copy their techniques. I transferred my past knowledge to Photoshop and got to work. I hope you enjoy the two images done as an experiment and a tribute to the Wizard of Oz stories and Van Gogh.

deviant art: bpclarke


surreal, landscapes, photoshop, dreams, fractal, illusions, van gogh, other worlds

I try to create images that will touch your heart or soul and make them go “twang”. Eye candy for the soul is my goal. :o)

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  • redladyart
    redladyartover 4 years ago

    Love the heavy textures you’ve used in this one Bunny! The colors and detail work are awesome too! :)

  • This took a whole different personality from the original piece I did. It just stunned me as it revealed itself as I worked on it. Very fun. :o)

    – Bunny Clarke

  • Scott Bricker
    Scott Brickerover 4 years ago

    yeah, yeah!! nice job! I see this as large wall art…absolutely gorgeous here, but with real brushstrokes and paint thickness/texture…do you paint (“oldschool”)?
    Think you have something really cool here, the merging of the fractal and your painter’s touch/guidance…nice blending of styles, can see the influences, yet fully integrated into your own…

  • I used to paint “oldschool”. I hate getting my hands dirty and the small of oils. I don’t like the clean up either. I went out and collected a lot of brushes over the years for Photoshop and have a good collection of “natural media brushes”. A portion of them are David Nagel. Fractals are very freeing in this sense. I love how you can twist them around to be something otherworldly. :o) Thank you again.

    – Bunny Clarke

  • prettybird
    prettybirdover 4 years ago

    Brilliant work gosrgeous, love it xxxxxxxxx

  • Thank you sweetie. I’m glad you like it. :o)

    – Bunny Clarke

  • hereforfun
    hereforfunover 4 years ago

    Love this Bunny it looks like coloured glass and the colour is great

  • Thank you Trudi!. I am starting to come full circle with my art I think. Going back to my roots so to speak. ;o)

    – Bunny Clarke

  • Valerie Anne Kelly
    Valerie Anne K...over 4 years ago

    w0w! gorgeous sweetheART beautiful creation – inst fave ;} happy hippy hugglez

  • Thank you Val. I appreciate your wonderful comment. :o)

    – Bunny Clarke

  • kathy s gillentine
    kathy s gillen...over 4 years ago

    beautiful work

  • Thank you Kathy. :o)

    – Bunny Clarke

  • mrcoradour
    mrcoradourover 4 years ago

    Wow you have worked very well on this one Bunny it really has revealed itself,
    Love your imagaes.

  • Thank you Malcolm. I knew there had to be more to this story. I am so happy you like it. I love your work too. :o)

    – Bunny Clarke

  • CanDuCreations
    CanDuCreationsover 4 years ago

    Very creative and well executed work Bunny

  • Thank you Thea. I will take that as a high compliment from you. :o)

    – Bunny Clarke

  • CynLynn
    CynLynnover 4 years ago

    Bunny, you out did yourself here, wow, excellent work!

  • Thank you very much Cindy. :o)

    – Bunny Clarke

  • Syd Baker
    Syd Bakerover 4 years ago

    Hey Bunny, this is really impressive, the depth and dimensionality as well as that amazing texture on the terrain is so cool! The swirly sky fits in perfectly too.

  • This was a fun exercise Syd. I wanted to see if I could still do this type of work after so long. The best part was not having to clean the brushes and I was not wearing the paint. :o)

    – Bunny Clarke

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