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“For the strength of the Pack is the Wolf, and the strength of the Wolf is the Pack”
In Ink/Watercolour 220×310
myth, werewolf, tale, legends, shewolf, lycanthropy, john dicandia
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i can tell your work from anywhere…..there is this particular blue that you seem to use in most of your work….also the cream based paper……beautiful work!! cm x
Thank you Connie, I use different tones of blue on slightly aged paper which gives me the moody effect I want. I notice with my older work, when oxygen has yellowed the paper, it takes on a eerie quality.
– John Dicandia ( JinnDoW )
I love this piece!
It’s a pleasure Red Sirens. :)
yes wolfs seem to hang around beautiful women dont we haha n you?
Ha! you are wicked Walt! Yes, It’s an age old folklore. ie, Red Riding Hood, The Roman Goddess Diana etc..
Thank you Evelyn. It’s a pleasure. :))
oh wow perfect i alway think of wolves as slender and feline in their manner ..
I agree Bev, Wolves always have a feminine quality. :)
Johnsan, another amazing creation, love the scene and the background details. She looks even more fierce with the wolf by her side. Excellent work and that hair is gorgeous!!! :)
Yes Ming, She is the leader of the pack with a steely determination which is both dangerous and sexy at the time. I like your comment. :))
This is gorgeous – go on pondering on paper, please!
O I love pondering on paper rather than leaving floating in my head. :)
instant fave John-wow! love it-she is fierce and feminine and wild. Lovely movement in this piece!
Lovely to meet you Margot! I wanted to evoke the mystery of the anima and the she-wolf is an embodiment of that mystery!
You pick colours so well, can I just say that? They’re always perfectly chosen. This is stunning. I really love your style. It fits very well in my head.
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