I’ve done an illustration for a story, Creekside, by Gary Finke, for Fictive Dream, the online magazine devoted to the short story.
Here’s the illustrations. Now…Go to Fictive Dream and read the story!
The image is about &” x 11″ and was done with acrylic paints on paper.
So pretty! I love those color combinations and the textures of it.
I just went and read the story but couldn’t find a way to leave a comment. Really good writing! That deflated bit of plastic attached to the limb was a really nice touch.
Usually I find fiction magazines don’t allow comments on the site, but you can go to the Twitter page if you want to write something. I’m glad you liked the story and the picture I did that goes with it- I like this magazine a lot and I love working with the editor.
Oh this is very nice! Even without reading the fiction, you immediately know it is all about water, however abstract it is, the way you made it is very fluid… beautiful!
Thank you. It makes me think of wading in a creek when I was really young, in the hot summertime, these colors.
What a wonderful painting! What kind of paper did you use? (K)
Thank you. It is just Bristol board.
That makes sense, it has a lot of substance. Thanks.
Gorgeous colors, love the textures! Exciting news, too,