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Fairy Queen Spring

Zach Wong

Joined April 2009

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2009 Feb-Mar – Digital Painting

An image which started in January one day when I was taking the bus to work. The original sketch evolved from different angles until it took shape to what is seen here. In February I finally sketched the whole image out before labouriously painting each petal and fold for several hours everyday.

The aim of the picture was to be detailed enough for a banner or for a large print.

The theme behind the image is the full blossom of Spring, coming out of a cold white winter. The colour scheme subtley encompasses the entire spectrum, but is predominantly warm. Finer details inclue feather like tendrils, ripple folds of petals, cascading bell-like flowers which form two “wings” and smaller fairies in her gown. I kept the background simpler to contrast the density of detail in the lower half.

This piece was done over three timezones: Vancouver, London & Melbourne.

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