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Reign in Purple by mykeamend Reign in Purple by mykeamend
Reign in Purple: 12 inches by 12 inches in acrylic on wood panel.

Web images can't possibly give you a good look at all the detail in this piece... but that is the story with most of my works. You can however see larger images of this at mykeamend.com

This piece took me 2 + 2 days of no sleep, painting from waking till crashing.

"Break time" for me is a matter of choosing 2 or 3 days in which to do art other than the art I *should* be doing, and I tend to cram as much art into that time frame as I possibly can. This time around, I decided rather than several engravings or several small paintings, that I would do one painting, break far away from my typical American Art Movement or Luminist style, and delve into something more Art Nouveau or cartoony (I chose somewhere between 'both').

If you'd like to see the fine details (minuscule scales, blood vessels in the eyes, variegated petals, and all the fine lines which hold them in), you'll probably need to buy the original (here), or buy one of the 20 available full sized giclees (here), *or* buy one of the 10 by 20 inch metallics (here)
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CapnSkusting Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2011  Professional General Artist
I always knew he was a tea drinker!
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RaventailBlacktalon Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2011
I find this to be entirely adorable. XD
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blind-dancer Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
awwwwwwwww cutiiie! :D
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ZerberusKnight Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2011
Freaky.....
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ScottMan2th Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Sweet kelp tea and oysters lay on trays displayed and waiting... to be consumed by guests festooned in formalwear best described as more that just polite or proper ...
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