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even though it has nothing to do with the illustration i am about to post, i just wanted to state how much i love miyazaki's owl's moving castle. watched it a second time yesterday. I find some sort of an abstract poetry in his approach. a bit like if your subconscious level could be the only one understanding what is going on and how strong the links are between the characters and the plot. a superb movie.

back to the painting. it's just another "throw your mind on the canvas" type of illustration. done fast, nervously. done as an urge. the blue tones are a tribute to a painting done by masana. even though they aren't as rich as his tones.

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A. Riabovitchev

It looks exactly like that in the forest opposite of my house when drank people play with fireworks in the evening!:O)

Bal

Yeah, tres sympa, ça fait plaisir de voir de nouvelles images plus souvent. =)
Et vi je suis d'accord pour Howl's Moving Castle, je crois que je l'ai même preferé la deuxieme fois.

craig

really like this piece. wonderful colors!

Roland Mechael

I agree with you on Miyazaki's Howl's Moving castle, Most of his films has that poetic touch...and this quick painting you did is superb! really nice!

Virginia Valle
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I found you first.

you have a great sense of seeing the grandiosity scenes and capturing them in epic detail.

 

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