borgle, borgle, borgling, part 2

I do love this technique for adding dimension and movement to the cloth! I realized when the moon area was done, that these lines would have to be done before the side mountain areas, or the distortion was going to be quite wicked.

moon roots

Because there has been some serious draw-in from this method, i think my stretcher is going to have to be custom built for mounting it when done!

march 2 plan

Though i know what the main elements are, i haven’t decided how yet to treat the void areas of the background. Considering that the original inspiration is a flat batik with no actual texture, it’s a brainstormer coming up next.

Your thoughts? (Spammers, good luck on that.)

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