(measurements have slipped my mind and will be added later, it's the turpentine fumes..) I also couldn't decide on a name yet, maybe it'll come with time - maybe it won't.
ow! a moment of being at one with the sea, sky and all the creatures. Feels like when, as a child, I would sneak out in the middle of the night, wade through the water and scramble over rocks to sit in a sea cave, watching the moonlight on the water. THANK YOU!
oh, and this is great
Also, turpentine is what made me shy away from oils for a long while, until I got this kind of divine inspiration that told me: "try working outside"
it's better for the hazyness, but it only works when it's not raining hahaha
(Though it kind of scares me,
not only because the mood of this master piece is amazing,
but the fact that I see nightmares like these)
If I may, the first thing I thought when I saw it, it was "shaman". As far as I know, in many cultures, when the shamans start their travel in the spirits' world, they take the form of a bird (or a bird litteraly burst out of them gnawing its way through their physical body). Hence, they're often painted with a bird head instead of a human one.
Congrats on the DD, you've earned it!