Sunday, November 30, 2008

Minoan Three



Another one in the series, this one of I think a palm tree surrounded by seaweed, which I guess makes it underwater. Not something one might normally assume to find in nature, until, that is, one considers that palm wood does not float.

Though it's the last day of the month I won't be done with Art Every Day Month until next week, as I started late and would like to do it for thirty days. So I'll keep on keepin' on, I guess.

7 comments:

Pietra said...

Amazing!

Thalia Took said...

Thank you, Pietra! I really like this new style too. There's this little voice in the back of my head, though, whispering, Tarot... Tarot...

I'm trying to ignore it.

Sue O'Kieffe said...

oooh lookee who i found! yippee!!

Thalia Took said...

Hi there Sue! Welcome!

And since I do believe I found out about Art Every Day Month through your gorgeous Mandalas blog, thank you!

-ked'a said...

Hmmm. My first thought was "trident" as in the pokey-ing things water beings, well, poke others with...

So, would this then be a water suit or a fire suit -- or even an air suit? On none of the aforementioned?

Thalia Took said...

I believe tridents are properly used to catch fish, though I'm not sure how it works.

Since it's surrounded with seaweed I'd guess water, but I wasn't intending any of these to be cards, either, just maybe--maybe--thinking it would make a nice style for Tarot.

Again, trying to ignore it.

Pietra said...

Don't ignore it!

We, the tarot people, will surely support you!!!

Said Pietra, the Brazilian sybil