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There was a family gathering to celebrate some birthdays and Mother's Day all rolled together. My sibs, their SO's, and my parents (90 and 81) all were there. I gave each household a 5x7 Tree Dancer in lovely curved glass frames with trees screened the face that my Lady found on sale last winter. There was a total of 6 Dancers for the 6 households. A couple of BD's were belated and a couple were rather early. They were all well quite generous with their thanks - a truly successful gifting
I love this kind of hidden images I believe you will make them better with the time
Howdy Dope Fiend - thanks for your comments! I appreciate it when folks take the time to check out my site as well. I put a fair bit of work there that you might not find on ConceptArt. I'm not sure how much time I'd have to post here, but I sure appreciate what you say and I just might have to do a bit more here if that sort of input comes up again
Thanks kitana mk. I have always loved hidden or multiple images myself. I know my Dancers are meant more to be a dual possibility than a hidden gem, but I do agree that as time goes by and practice happens I may continue to grow and improve
I saw this file when browsing my Tree Dancer image folder, and thought I'd add it to this thread because the original drawing that I keep on the mantle is sitting in the same 5" x 7" printed glass frame as the 6 Tree Dancers I gifted my family with.
I thought this thread could use some love, so I loaded up The Dancer. Just finished this, plan to put it into a 12" x 12" frame & submit it (and a couple of others I have yet to draw) to the Square Foot show put on by the AWOL gallery here in Toronto. pencil crayons & pencil 10 1/2" square.