The eco-friendly angler fish has to travel to the surface to recharge his fish luring lamps. Not very convenient for a deep sea creature.
Watercolour, ink, pastel and metallic leaf on canvas.
Shiny blue leaf on the solar panels:
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A collection of curious beasts of the sea, air, land and subconscious; painted and drawn with airbrush, dip pen and stained fingers, lovingly embellished with iridescent pigments and metal leaf.www.a-curious-bestiary.com
hahaha.. very eco friendly. love the concept. XD
Thanks…it made me laugh when I thought of it.
Love the detail in your work, how long does it take you from start to finish??
It’s difficult to tell, as I work on several things at once. I suppose if I didn’t have to wait or drying etc, I could finish a piece like this in 1-2 days…?
OMG this is unreal !!
Always great !
lol, that’s great :-))) … true enough, he does look rather annoyed. Wonderful to see the close-ups also, love the structure of the canvas with it.
well he has the right globes!
I think he might be regretting it.
fabulous artwork and as barbara says, it’s great to see the close-ups
Totally brilliant :D Love it! Solar powered eco lights on an angry darkness loving sharp fanged seabeast!!! Its no wonder they’re such angry fish if they have to sit in the sunshine for 8 hours a day to recharge!!!
He didn’t think it all through very well :)