81 thoughts on “Fruitglow.

  1. Eine sehr gelungene Komposition, die mir als Ritter und ehemaliger Barkeeper besonders gefΓ€llt. – Toll!
    A very successful composition that I particularly like as a knight and former bartender. – Great!

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  2. Two halves of a pomelo floating as an apparition down a stunning stairwell ~ such a splendid surreal digital artwork, Josephine! 🎨😍

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  3. I love this! I’m not even usually a big fan or some or the shades but this looks amazing.

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  4. Delightful glow punch! The stairs often intrigue me. To where? Gold or brass year end ahead? Another great art.

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  5. I like your style. Thanks for stopping by my blog. Definite Uncertainty might look like a fairly simple graphic, but it was a challenge for me to do in Inkscape. Ironically, it would have been easier in Photoshop. However, I’m trying to hone my vector graphics skills. Honestly, I’m much better with fractals than illustrations, but I’m trying to branch out a bit.

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    • Woww, that’s interesting! I have not used Inkscape before, as I am such a total Photoshop fan…it’s the best tool for me, because I work mostly intuitively.

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      • I enjoy PS too. Some things that are very easy to do in PS are more challenging in Inkscape, but the big advantage is vector graphics.

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  6. interesting. Pure lemon light. Intriguing how the stair columns on the right are moved further to the left creating a puzzling dissonance.

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