Happy Valentine's Day everyone!
This is Part 2 of my Peanuts Fan Art.
Below is a link to A 'Peanuts Valentine' Part1
I hope everyone has a wonderful and special day.
This artwork was created in Blender 2.79, with the Cycles renderer and Filmic Add-on.
Chloe and Mira were excited. This would be the very first time, they had entered the famous
'Battle Of The Bands' contest. A daunting task indeed, for any newbies. Because, the competition was very tough!
But, these ladies weren't alone in their challenge. Chloe's elder sister Maria had agreed to be the bands lead
singer and she had brought along her close friend Hannah; who would assist Chloe on the guitar.
"We are 'Inspired!' And, we are here to entertain you"; Maria proudly announced to the crowd. As the other ladies of the group
moved into their positions on stage. They looked out at the awaiting audience. A positive thought
spurred them on, as they sang and played, to their heart's content!
Win or lose; this would be a most wonderful and fun experience,
for them all. An unforgettable memory, to treasure forever!
I dedicate this artwork, entitled 'Let's rock', to all those talented and creative musicians, singers and songwriters, who brighten up the world, with their beautiful music.
While Denis was eating his breakfast, he suddenly felt some discomfort in his mouth. He had broken his first
tooth! As he walked over casually to the bin, to deposit the small enamel object into it; his mother suddenly
cried out. 'No Denis, don't do that! Promise me, you will put that tooth of yours under your pillow tonight.
Because, if you do something magical will happen over night!'
Denis looked back, rather puzzled at his mum. He knew that his mother was wise. And, despite how crazy the story
seemed. He did have a big imagination. And, he knew his mother would never lie to him. So, as instructed.
He placed the remnant of the tooth beneath his pillow and he fell fast asleep.
As he slept comfortably; dreaming about knights of old and maidens requiring rescue from ferocious dragons. He
failed to notice that two magical, tiny people had entered his room. These cheery little folk were called
Clover the blue fairy had already dispatched the small tooth from beneath the pillow, with such precision
and skill. It was now the job for Primrose to excecute the most important part of all. She gazed at Clover, while
clutching a large, shiny coin, in her hands. It was very daunting for her! She was been trained by Clover, to
become a tooth fairy. And, this was her first night, in the field. Clover understood her fear. But, she had every
faith and confidence, in the talents of her pupil. 'Go ahead Primrose. You've got this!'; she said, with a gleam
in her eyes.
The next day Denis would awake and check under his pillow. And, to his astonishment he would find that his tooth
had mysteriously gone and a nice shiny coin would be sitting there, in its place!
Created in Blender using Cycles renderer and Filmic add-on.
This latest artwork of mine is based upon Aesop's fable 'The Tortoise and the Hare'. It features my characters
Harry the Hare and Tobias the Tortoise.
This is a story which I fondly remember, when I was a child. It is about an over confident Hare, who brags that he is
the fastest animal alive. Very soon, the Tortoise grows bored of hearing the Hare brag; so he decides to
challenge the Hare to a race.
As you would imagine the Hare sets off, at such a quick pace; leaving the steady Tortoise far, far behind. Because
the Tortoise is moving so slowly, the Hare makes the fatal mistake of taking a nap besides a tree. It is only,
when the Hare hears the animals cheering the Tortoise on; that he awakes. Again, he rushes off at such a pace and
heads for the finishing line. Only to find the Tortoise has already crossed and finished the race. It is that
moment, which I tried to capture in my artwork.
I personally think you can learn a lot from this fable. It is good to be proud of your work; and to get a buzz
from doing it. But, like the Hare got too over-confident of himself. It is far too easy to become conceited and
big headed, if you let it go to your head. As, they say. 'Pride comes, before a fall'. So, I think it is always wise
to stay grounded, in oneself, despite your abilities! I also like the steady approach of the Tortoise. In our world
today, it seems like everyone is rushing around, like headless chickens; wanting to go from A to B, as quickly, as
possible. Sometimes, it is best to take the slow, steady path, like the Tortoise did. Or, you can miss out on so much.
By taking your time. You can enjoy the wonders of the world around you; and also learn new exciting things, which might
have been missed, if you had rushed through things.
I hope you like my interpretation of the story!
Created with Blender 2.79 using Cycles Renderer and the Filmic add-on.