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By Mobilelectro   |   
Published: May 30, 2009
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Hi all! :)

Not a lot of time lately going into fractals although I hope to get some new fractal works up soon.

I thought I would show one of the recent projects I worked on so you guys don't think I dropped off the planet.

This is a digital painting collaboration with my wife Catska. The poster is for the Oregon Country Fair 2009. A very awesome festival near Eugene.
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jillian2388Professional Digital Artist
Wow, this is beautiful!
Maeve64's avatar
Wow, it looks amazing! I love the lighting ^^
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yelirileyHobbyist General Artist
Very nice!
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liazrdqueen General Artist
This is wonderful! Is it being sold anywhere? I would really like to have a full sized copy of this to frame. I love poster art -- especially very well done poster art.

Congratulations to both you and your wife for creating a beautiful image, redolent of antique images.
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I could try to get one to you.
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liazrdqueen General Artist
I hate to ask you to go out of your way for me. If you had a phone number or address for the organizers, I might be able to get one that way and I wouldn't feel TOO guilty about that. Thank you for offering! I hope that it becomes highly collectible> :-)
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Go to the Oregon Country Fair web site, Google it and it should come up right away.
I am not sure if they have started offering these for sale yet on the web site but I know eventually they probably will. The printed poster came out a touch darker than what you may see on your screen.
Thanks very much! :)
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liazrdqueen General Artist
I gave them a call yesterday and talked to Robin, who told me where to send a check. I'm excited! She also explained to me about the contest that you won. Congratulations!

Thanks so much! And, even though it's a tad darker, I don't think that that will affect the poster's overall appearance. I've noticed that that also happens to fractals. Any digital art seems to react the same way. I'm sure that I'll be pleased.

Good luck next year! :-)
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Thank you for you comments :)
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NatalieKelseyHobbyist General Artist
Gorgeous! Just awesome.
Isis44's avatar
A nice 'renaissance'feel to it. Evokes a feeling of a real country fair which really entices you to attend.Very well done on all levels-artistically and as an advertisement for an event.
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Fiery-FireHobbyist Digital Artist
That looks like a good collab, nice to see you do some drawings very refreshing ;)
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crayonmaniacProfessional Digital Artist
I have to add something, for me this is one of the best things I have seen in for months.
Painting of the year up to now for me!
I mean it, great job guys!
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crayonmaniacProfessional Digital Artist
this is incredible, in technique as well as in vision.
This is so beautiful, you are really a great art nouveau artist. Oregon is a lucky city to have this.
I am impressed by this art, this is truly art!
Bravo!
And the colours, so beautiful, wow, count me in on the favs!
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JustinChristenberyProfessional Traditional Artist
You guys make a great team:)
lyc's avatar
that's a *beautiful* poster, it's got a wonderful magical feel about it.

you've quite some talent, sir :)
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Pasternak Digital Artist
You draw also?
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Pasternak Digital Artist
amazing!
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FarDareisMaiHobbyist Artist
Whoa! Now that is seriously awesome. And it's good to see you being active, too. :lmao:
Rozrr's avatar
RozrrProfessional Digital Artist
A beautiful poster.
Platinus's avatar
PlatinusHobbyist Digital Artist
I WAS getting a wee bit worried about ya!
Good to see you're still alive :D
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