Sketching, Illustration, Design and Everyday Life.
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Simply delicious and love how the suggestion of party goers/birthday person are painted :)
UH don't knowI like so much the watercolorand the people in the back still they are on a dark side :Dbut Not sure about the cake!And today is my birthday D::D:DSO I'm going to get a cake :D:D:ciao
Nice one! I love the combination of the sketchy cake and those shadowy people in the background...
love the cake! very cool silhouettes in the background.
I like the ghostly quality of the people, making the cake central and most important. As it should be. *G*
Ellen;have a piece :)Anonymous;thanks - I am glad that you liked the party on the background - I felt that it might be something you in particular would catch and enjoy - not all people who actually saw this noticed people :)Manuela;Happy B-Day!I think that people are from the dark side - they might be not from this world - yes, long gone - yes, may be even never existing - but I don't think that they are mean and dark :)Ives77;I was thinking about making the cake more detailed at first but I think it would not work with the background-group idea - too much difference...Creative Kismet;thanks!Aravis;thanks for your comment. I thought of a cake being a "thing of the moment" on B-Day. It's a silence of the moment just before all candles are blown - when cake really gets all attention :)
I defintely see this as the opposite of simple. A "Happy Birthday" often leads us to ponder our mortality...the shades in the background make me think of people who are gone... the slice of cake is like a slice of life. I'm probably reading too much into this... Anyway, I love the watercolor technique!
carla;I have to aadmit that I am scared to admit to which degree you are right about this piece - but I still think that this is a very simple thing :)